MARTIN COUNTY — A 21-year-aged Stuart person was arrested immediately after regulation enforcement officers stated he confessed to committing several car or truck burglaries over the previous two weeks.
Kyle Max Zopff, of the 200 block of Northeast Oak Avenue, was arrested Monday, posted bail and then rearrested Tuesday in relationship to at the very least 4 motor vehicle burglaries wherever he is accused of thieving merchandise including a gun, Iphone and fire extinguisher, according to an arrest report.
Martin County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a phone about a suspicious particular person at about 10:40 p.m. Monday. A man explained to deputies he noticed on his safety cameras a white male, wearing a black hooded jacket and mask, endeavor to open his locked lose.
Five minutes later on, the same deputies responded to a car theft in the identical space. A girl told deputies her sister recognized her car’s inside mild was on and, after a fast look for, found that a solitary dollar invoice was lacking from the middle console.
Deputies searched the location and found Zopff, who matched the description from the man’s security digital camera footage, at about 11:54 p.m.
Zopff had a one greenback bill in his pocket — together with a few knives, a BB gun and 13 clonazepam pills, often used to handle worry, seizures, and nervousness.
Zopff told deputies he committed five or 6 burglaries given that Jan. 16 and attempted to open the shed, according to the report. He claimed he did it to get money to assist offset financial struggles.
He was charged with burglary and attempted burglary to an unoccupied conveyance and possession of a controlled substance. He posted $10,000 bail Monday and was released from Martin County Jail.
Tuesday, deputies responded to a vandalism incident at Jensen Beach front Storage in the 3000 block of Northeast Candice Avenue. Video surveillance of the incident from Monday night confirmed Zopff forcibly break the enclosed scenario of a hearth extinguisher and choose it at about 7:45 p.m., according to the arrest affidavit.
Deputies also related Zopff to a Jan. 16 burglary, wherever a man described anyone had taken a black .380-caliber gun and Apple iphone 11 from a motor vehicle.
Zopff was rearrested and faces more costs like armed theft, grand theft, grand theft of a firearm and grand theft of a fireplace extinguisher.
He is remaining held in the Martin County Jail without bond.
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