Destin, Florida (WKRG) — After an agent at the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office stopped traffic, he tried to get an item from Destin’s business and escape on Sunday, but three Pensacola residents failed.
Collected items stolen in the trio.
The agent received a phone call from the Destin Commons Hibet Sports Store around 4 pm on November 28, picking up about $ 2,700 worth of clothing from two men who were out of stock. The pair escaped from the parking lot with a female driver on a white Dodge Ram pickup truck.
The agent found a truck running west on Ocarusa Island. One of the passengers, 23-year-old Revallion Howard, escaped from the truck and fled when the traffic stop began. Howard was later found hiding under a Tiki hut on the beach.
In the truck bed and backseat, the agent found multiple items from other stores.
Howard, 32-year-old Pierre Roach, and 41-year-old Jennifer Gaddy have each been charged with massive theft. Gaddy faces an additional count of possession of anti-theft measures. Cockroaches and Howard are also responsible for resisting the recovery of property. Howard’s third accusation is to resist without violence.
Investigation is ongoing.
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