Devon Toole entered an ambulance that was parked at an emergency station. Once inside, Toole activated the emergency lights on the ambulance. The police were called to the scene. When they arrived, Toole had exited the ambulance but was located inside of another vehicle. A search of the ambulance revealed that several items had been stolen from inside.
Toole was belligerent on the scene. She took her clothes off and began barking at the street while deputies remained on site. She was later arrested and transported to the Jackson County Correctional Facility. She faces a charge of burglary of a conveyance.
No further information is available at this time.
Violent Crime Laws in Jackson CountyIn Florida, burglary of conveyance is a felony. If the conveyance is occupied at the time of entry, the crime is a second-degree felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison. If the conveyance is unoccupied, entry is a third-degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison.
When you have been charged with a violent crime in Florida, the penalties can be harsh. Prosecutors take a tougher stance with crimes involving violent crimes cases and may be less willing to work out a reasonable case resolution.
At Musca Law, our Florida criminal defense attorneys are here for you when you need it most. We have assisted numerous people charged with violent crimes throughout our state and we would love to help you.
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