Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014
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Sheriff's office makes arrests in recent vehicle burglaries


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SPRING HILL - Deputies have arrested three men they say were involved in a recent string of Spring Hill vehicle burglaries.

On Wednesday, deputies took a vehicle burglary report from a person on Lydia Court. Among the stolen items was a bag of clothing bought at an Old Navy store and a receipt.

Later Wednesday, two of the three suspects tried to return the clothing to Old Navy for cash, Hernando County sheriff's officials said.

Store employees contacted the sheriff's office, and although Anthony Vanstyn and Vincent Calcavecchia had left the store, law enforcement officials later identified them from security tape and a vehicle description.

The next day, Calcavecchia said he was at Old Navy but denied taking the clothing. The clothing was found at Vanstyn's residence after the homeowner allowed law enforcement to search it, deputies reported.

Calcavecchia, 38, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and violation of probation. He was being held with no bail.

Vanstyn, 25, was arrested on 14 counts of burglary, resisting an officer and violation of probation. Bail was not set.

Another suspect, Daniel Barry, 24, was arrested on eight counts of burglary and was being held on $16,000 bail.

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