VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – A male accused of forcing his way into a woman’s residence and thieving her auto also took her phones so she could not simply call for support, in accordance to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Business.
The sheriff’s business said the suspect, identified as 37-calendar year-aged Kyle McCormick, designed his way into a residence alongside 15th Avenue in Holly Hill where a 68-calendar year-aged girl life all around 9:30 a.m. Thursday.
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Deputies explained McCormick demanded the keys to her 2021 Cadillac, subsequent the girl all around her house until finally she uncovered her keys and he later drove off in the car with her mobile and household phones. Officials explained the woman was able to call authorities just ahead of 10 a.m.
According to a report, the girl informed deputies McCormick pushed the door open up and compelled his way into the residence, telling her, “I will need your vehicle, I’m major.”
At just one position, he questioned her if there were any adult males in the property and grabbed her two phones prior to leaving the household.
Deputies reported they had been ready to use the car’s protection process to monitor down the Cadillac, which was found vacant on Raleigh Avenue in Daytona Seashore. McCormick was discovered and arrested at a fuel station in Ormond Beach. In accordance to the report, another person at the fuel station known as authorities and described McCormick explained to them he dedicated a criminal offense and to phone 911.
McCormick faces household invasion robbery without a firearm, tampering with a witness, and grand theft motor car or truck charges.
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