A Clearwater male is dealing with a burglary demand soon after police claimed he broke into a Sam Ash Songs retail store — and survived a 3-story tumble in the course of action.
Police said the guy broke into the songs retail outlet, which is located on McMullen Booth Road in Clearwater and used to be a big open up banquet corridor and for many years was the preferred restaurant Kapok Tree Inn, at about 4:45 a.m. on Oct. 20. The man got into the setting up by way of a window around the roof and walked a perimeter ledge around the developing. He then missing his stability and fell a few tales, striking a lamp write-up and a guitar display screen on the way down, police reviews state.
The suspect utilized an amplifier to break by way of a glass doorway and leave the constructing, law enforcement claimed. He remaining a trail of blood, which was linked to him by way of DNA investigation, according to court files.
Police reviewed films from five distinct Ring digicam surveillance techniques, which confirmed a car driving about the location that resembled the suspect’s 2009 four-door, silver Kia Spectra. An equipment trailer burglary was reported around the similar time. The suspect was also arrested in relationship with that scenario.
The suspect was arrested March 10. He was introduced from the Pinellas County jail two times later on $10,000 bail.
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