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Four charged with burglarizing community center


Published:   |   Updated: March 4, 2014 at 10:31 PM

BROOKSVILLE - Two Brooksville men and two Brooksville women were arrested Friday on burglary charges after police say they broke into the Rolling Acres Community Center building and used a fire extinguisher inside.

Katelyn Laurel Fels Busacca, 18, of Syrano Avenue, Samantha Cooper Lowder, 19, of Sea Holly Drive, and Alex Trovone Richardson, 26, of Foley Street, were each charged with one count of burglary, according to jail records.

Jordan Thomas Vasquez, 18, of Campbell Drive, was charged with one count of burglary and hindering firefighter equipment for allegedly using the fire extinguisher, jail records and an arrest report show.

That report states a deputy noticed a suspicious vehicle parked at the community center at 6256 Faber Dr., and several people ran from the building once they noticed law enforcement.

A deputy later spoke with the four, some of whom said they opened a window, entered the building, and unlocked the front door, the report shows.

Deputies collected a vodka bottle, Styrofoam cup with vodka, fingerprints from the damaged window, the fire extinguisher, and other items into evidence, according to the report.

Busacca was held on $500 bond, Richardson was held on $5,000 bond, Lowder was released with no bond amount set or paid, and Vasquez was held on $5,000 bond, jail records show.

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