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One arrested, two at-large in vehicle burglary case investigation

Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office detectives arrested a 19-year-old Crawfordville man and submitted arrest warrants for two other suspects following a string of vehicle burglaries in the eastern section of Wakulla County during late August, according to Sheriff Charlie Creel.

Daniel Alexander Faircloth faces 34 charges including 16 for burglary, 14 larceny charges, three additional charges of fraudulent use of a credit card and retail theft.
Arrest warrants were issued for Riley Patrick Waters, 18, of St. Marks and Aaron Franklin Swain, Jr., 19, of Crawfordville. Sheriff’s Office detectives are searching for Swain and Waters who face charges in at least a dozen Crawfordville vehicle burglary cases. They remain at-large.

The three men are accused of entering unlocked vehicles in the Wakulla Gardens community of Crawfordville along with vehicles in the Dorothy Loop, Ridgewood Drive and other neighborhoods in the eastern zone of Wakulla County. (Faircloth Pictured Above)

Faircloth and the two at-large subjects were connected to the crimes after stealing and attempting to use credit cards at local businesses. WCSO detectives used surveillance videos to identify their suspects.
Faircloth remains in the Wakulla County Jail under a $34,000 bond and the attempt to locate Swain, Jr. and Waters continues. Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to contact the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 745-7100.

 

Detectives have recovered some of the stolen property taken in the vehicle burglary cases. The cases prompted Sheriff Charlie Creel and WCSO to host a meeting in the Wakulla Gardens community Sept. 10 to “take back your neighborhood” by protecting property by locking vehicles and reporting any unusual activity to law enforcement. (Waters Pictured Above)

 

More than 70 residents attended the meeting at Pioneer Baptist Church where they listened to law enforcement safety tips and information and took part in a question and answer session with Sheriff Creel and WCSO deputies.

(Swain Pictured Above)

 

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