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Deputies arrest four in Apollo Beach burglaries

TAMPA — Hillsborough County deputies arrested one man and three teens during an early Thursday traffic stop in connection with a series of Apollo Beach burglaries, according to the Sheriff's Office.

The four, seen driving in a car with the headlights off in Seffner, were identified as Shawn Hutton, 20, of Seffner, Korrie Downs, 17, Dylan Holm, 16, of Riverview, and a 14-year-old boy from Riverview. They were all charged with five counts of burglary and grand and petty theft.

Deputies arrested the four near U.S. 41 N at Falls Boulevard when they noticed screwdrivers, cellular phones, car radios, GPS systems, gloves, power cords, an amplifier and iPod accessories inside the vehicle, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Deputies suspect the four had been involved in six burglaries of vehicles in the Harbor Isles subdivision in Apollo Beach.

It was not immediately clear what the four were doing at the time of their arrest.

Deputies arrest four in Apollo Beach burglaries 07/14/11 [Last modified: Thursday, July 14, 2011 2:37pm]
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