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40-year-old suspect faces multiple burglary charges

| Sep 18, 2018 | Criminal Defense

Many of our readers in Florida have probably seen news coverage of reported “crime sprees.” These reports, which can be particularly hyped up by law enforcement officials and media personalities, can tend to inflame the passions of the public – oftentimes making a fair jury trial in the community difficult to achieve, among other problems with the case. That may be an issue with a recent arrest.

According to a recent report, a 40-year-old man is facing allegations that he is the culprit behind a string of auto burglaries in the Tampa area. The alleged crimes reportedly occurred over the course of a five-day period of time. Law enforcement officials allege that the suspect was seen on surveillance camera footage in the area of one of the auto burglaries in the middle of the night. In fact, the reports state that the camera footage actually shows the suspect getting into at least two vehicles. When a homeowner reportedly observed the suspect attempting to get into a vehicle in the early morning hours on September 6, the suspect was reported and arrested.

Now, the suspect is facing a total of five burglary-related charges. There is obviously much more to this case than what has been reported in the news, but the news coverage makes it sound definitive that this is the right suspect.

However, there may be holes in the prosecution’s case. What was the quality of the surveillance camera footage? Is there potential for a case of mistaken identity? After all, eyewitness testimony can be somewhat unreliable. These factors, among many others, will likely need to be considered as the suspect plans his criminal defense strategy.

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