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9 Counts of Burglary, 8 Counts of Mischief and More for 3 Men

| November 16, 2010

From left, Michael Andre Brick, Sean Ryan Fitzpatrick and Allen Gary Stefancik. (FCSO)

From left, Michael Andre Brick, Sean Ryan Fitzpatrick and Allen Gary Stefancik. (FCSO)

Three Flagler County men were arrested late Monday evening in connection with a string of vehicle break-ins in Palm Coast.

Deputies were called to Westwind Contracting on U.S. 1 around 11:27 p.m. when residents in the area reported hearing loud noises and seeing flashlights at the rear of the building.

One man was found entering the wood line north of the business while another was found sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot. The third man was found hiding behind a vehicle in the parking lot.

Deputies found seven vehicles parked at the business had been entered and gasoline, tools, binoculars and lift ropes were stolen.

While interviewing the three, deputies found they were also connected to four other vehicle break-ins at McCharacters in St. Joe Plaza in Palm Coast. Deputies recovered a stolen GPS, a purse and a watch that had been stolen in those incidents and numerous items stolen from the business parking lot.

In all, deputies recovered several thousand dollars worth of stolen items.

The three charged are: Michael Andre Brick, 20, of 2345 Blueberry Street, Bunnell; Allen Gary Stefancik, 18, of 2161 Fig Street, Bunnell and Sean Ryan Fitzpatrick, 23, whose last known address is 20 Seabreeze Trail in Palm Coast.

All three are each charged with nine counts of burglary of an auto, eight counts of criminal mischief, five counts of grand theft and one count of burglary of a structure. Fitzpatrick is additionally charged with felony fleeing and eluding, driving with an expired tag and he had an outstanding warrant for driving with knowledge that his license was suspended. Bond for Brick and Stefancik has been set at $22,500. Fitzpatrick’s total bond is $25,000.

“We were able to catch these men in the process of burglarizing vehicles because of the alertness of our residents. We were notified of suspicious activity, we responded quickly and we made three good arrests,” Sheriff Don Fleming said.

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6 Responses for “9 Counts of Burglary, 8 Counts of Mischief and More for 3 Men”

  1. Diarmuid says:

    Good Job Sherriffs Office and Residents

  2. kb says:

    its an embarrsment to know that i’m close with all three of them. they are not the people i thought i knew.

  3. John Smith says:

    Thats right they are thiefs and bums and deserve absolutely NO respect or feeling sorry for them because they made a mistake. They are PUNKS and gonna get what PUNKS deserve (JAIL).

  4. IM ME says:

    THIS ISENT ONLY THERE FALTS IF FLAGLER COUNTY WASENT SO SORRY WITH JOBS AND EVERYTHANG ELSE THAT WOULDENT BE IN THIS SITUATION. I LOVE YALL SE U SOON

  5. ITS YOU says:

    THESE ARE MY BOYZ AND JUST BECAUSE THEY GO TO JAIL DOESNT MAKE THEM BAD PPL FUCK EVERYONE AGAISNT THEM THESE ARE MY BOYZ

  6. had enough says:

    i for one have had enough of this sort of crime i have also been victimized this way. it cost me over $400 i say if the courts aren’t tough on them them maybe the citizens of this city do something about them, set an example of them so others may think twice

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