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Law & Disorder

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Law & Disorder

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ORANGE PARK PAWN SHOP BURGLARY SUSPECTS CAPTURED

Four suspects - two adults and two 17-year-olds - were arrested and charged with armed burglary after breaking into an Orange Park pawn shop and stealing jewelry and electronic equipment Saturday.

Michael Bell, 25, Gregory Bell, 17, Eric Pearson, 17, and Terrance Williams, 19, were charged with armed burglary and resisting arrest. According to a police report, four individuals were seen on surveillance video using a car to ram open an overhead door to enter a pawn shop in the 200 block of Blanding Blvd. Three people were handing items to one person outside the business who loaded the vehicle. Police arrived as four people were getting into a white Nissan Sentra. Police chased them until the suspects crashed in the 500 block of Blairmore Boulevard.

VICTIM OF A FIGHT ON BRANAN FIELD ROAD HAS ACTIVE WARRANT

Police responded to a fight in the 1100 block of Branan Field Road at 9:30 p.m. June 17. Tommy Cochran reported that he was confronted and struck in the face twice by an acquaintance who came to his house. He had a cut above his right eye. However, the deputy ran Cochran's driver's license and discovered an active warrant for Cochran's arrest for contempt of court. Cochran was transported to the Clay County jail.

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO A DOCTOR'S OFFICE

Larry Spangler of St. Augustine was arrested at 4 a.m. June 18 and charged with breaking into Teddy Garcia's doctor's office on Blanding Boulevard. An anonymous tipster told police that a man named Larry planned to break in and steal drugs from the office after dark on June 17. At 9:30 p.m., police visited the office and found the office door had been shattered with a brick. Garcia was called and said he had a patient named Larry Spangler. At 1 a.m. June 19, a man approached an officer on patrol and said he was stranded and needed a ride back to St. Augustine. He told the officer his name was Larry Connors. When the suspect started changing his story about what he had been doing, he was arrested. …

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