Three Jacksonville Men have been arrested and charged regarding some Palm Coast vehicle burglaries that happened in late January. These men have also been tied to burglaries in Volusia and St. John’s County.
In January, on the 23rd, of 2023,FCSO deputies responded to two locations in Palm Coast, Madison Green Apartments and Tuscan Reserve Apartments, where vehicle alarms were sounding. FCSO discovered multiple vehicles where the windows were smashed in. Two firearms, a .380 and a .12 gauge shotgun were reported stolen.
One victim of the theft reported fraud on their stolen credit card. Volusia Sheriff’s Office assisted and by working together they were able to obtain footage from a camera at a gas station, which helped to identify one of the suspects and the vehicle he was currently using.
The FCSO Real Time Crime Center was able to research and track the vehicle, allowing them to determine that the vehicle, a Volkswagon Passat, was in the area of the burglarized vehicles during the time of the crime. The FCSO Real Time Crime Center put out an ATI (Attempt to Identify) and shortly after, FCSO began receiving calls from multiple North Central Florida law enforcement agencies who were also investigating similar crimes in their areas.
Flagler County Sheriff worked with and coordinated with St. John’s Sheriff, Jacksonville Sheriff, Volusia Sheriff, and the Daytona Beach Police Department, which allowed them to identify all three of the suspects and build a case. The suspects were identified as La Darvin Noisette, 20 years old, Donte Juan McCrary, 21 years old, Jamari McCrary, 20 Years Old. Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office made the arrests of the suspects on February 10th, 2023 on Flagler County warrants.
Noisette, D. McCrary, and J. McCrary were all arrested and charged with 17 counts of Burglary of an Unoccupied Conveyance and 2 Countys of Armed Burglary of Conveyance. They are each being held on a $64,000 bond. More charges may be filed as the investigations continue.
“Our General Assignment Unit, the Real Time Crime Center, and our partner agencies did an
outstanding job quickly solving these cases,” said Sheriff Rick Staly. “Once again criminals should know
that we work together to solve cases. Happy Valentine’s Day to these Jacksonville dirtbags that
thought they could prey on our community!”