Jackson County Sheriff investigators arrested three suspects Wednesday, June 12, and charged them in connection with multiple vehicle break-ins that occurred in Marianna’s Spring Chase subdivision.
Arrested were Keandre Tyree Riley, 20, of Panama City, Florida, and Kentron Jamichael-Lavel Smith, 17, of Marianna, Florida who is being charged as an adult. A 16-year-old juvenile is also charged.
Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts said Riley and Smith were already on state probation for past vehicle burglaries, and that Riley also has an active arrest warrant for absconding state felony probation out of Bay County, Florida.
No information will be released on the 16-year-old juvenile.
Riley is charged with armed burglary of conveyance, grand theft of a firearm, and violation of felony state probation. Riley is charged with armed burglary of a conveyance, grand theft of a firearm, and violation of state probation.
According to law enforcement, deputies responded to numerous reports of vehicle burglaries in the Spring Chase subdivision, located off Blue Springs Road, on June 7.
Roberts said the suspects were targeting unlocked vehicles that were parked in residences throughout the neighborhood. Items stolen included firearms, money, computer equipment, and other items.