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01/17/2014

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CRIME BLOTTER Jadavion Shird/Contributed photo SECOND SUSPECT ARRESTED IN BUSINESS BURGLARY CASE Detectives with the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office have arrested the second suspect in an armed burglary case involving a business on Lockwood Ridge Road in Sarasota, the office announced on Jan. 10. A man wearing identical clothing to that seen in the video was located a short distance away. The suspect, Ryan Pete, 33, of 3209 Joe Louis Drive, Sarasota — who has a history of drug and weapons charges — also was charged with Armed Burglary. Jadavion Shird, 21, of 3217 Newtown Blvd. in Sarasota, has been charged with Armed According to the report, deputies recovered a black hooded sweatshirt and a pair of red Burglary, a news release says. gloves at 3201 Ridge Ave. while searching for The Sheriff's Office reported last week that the suspects. the owner of SRQ Fishing Oasis/Amendment II Armory, located at 3512 Lockwood Ridge Upon viewing the surveillance footage on Road in Sarasota, called 911 just before 9:30 Jan. 8, another detective was able to identify p.m. on Jan. 6 when she saw two men break- the second suspect as Shird, who was wearing red gloves when the video showed him ing into the store on her remote surveillance entering the business, the report adds. system. After deputies arrived on scene and secured the business, they reviewed the Judge Frederick P. Mercurio of the 12th footage, which showed one of the suspects Judicial Circuit Court ordered Shird held carrying a small revolver, a news release without bond because the offense is punishable by life imprisonment, the report says. % pointed out.

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