The Coral Springs police arrested three burglary suspects early this morning thanks to a citizen getting involved.
At approximately 2:07 a.m., a citizen contacted the police to advise that he observed several individuals in his neighborhood of Governors Walk (500 block of NW 87 Lane) trying door handles of vehicles. When officers arrived and announced their presence, three individuals ran on foot. A perimeter was immediately set up to contain the individuals. K-9 units and the B.S.O helicopter responded to assist with the search. All three suspects, Marquives Randell, 17, of Pompano Beach, James Jorelus, 19, of Pompano Beach and Haron Williams, 19, of North Lauderdale were apprehended by K-9. Randell and Jorelus received bites from K-9 Mik and K-9 Bo as a result of not complying.
Randell is being charged with 3 counts of burglary vehicle, burglary vehicle armed, resisting without violence, petit theft and grand theft. Jorelus and Williams are both being charged with 4 counts of vehicle burglary, grand theft, resisting without violence and petit theft.
Anyone with any information regarding this case is asked to contact Detective Michael Savasta of the Coral Springs Police Department at 954-346-1773.
Once again, thanks to concerned citizen getting involved by “Making a Call, Making a Difference”, the police were able to take three burglars off the street and recover the victim’s stolen property.
The Coral Springs Police Department wants to remind citizens to continue to report suspicious activity and to remember to lock your vehicle and residential doors at all times.