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Deputies found an awl, a tool designed for leather stitching, after searching a car linked to Rene Jose Sanchez, who was charged with Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Burglary of a Vehicle, and Grand Theft in September.
Siesta Key Friday, Nov. 23, 2012 4 years ago

Burglary suspect linked to other crimes

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by: Alex Mahadevan News Innovation Editor

The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office has filed additional charges against one of the two men arrested for vehicle burglaries on Siesta Key this summer after finding a tool commonly used to break car locks.

Deputies found an awl, a tool designed for leather stitching, after searching a car linked to Rene Jose Sanchez, who was charged with Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Burglary of a Vehicle, and Grand Theft in September.

The Sheriff’s Office this month charged the 35-year-old Miami resident with another count of Fraudulent Use of Credit Card, which carries a $1,000 bond, after he was identified using the victim’s credit card in a Macy’s surveillance video.

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