Break-In Suspects Arrested After Car Chase

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Mark Daly and Crystal Kinaszczuk arrested

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ABOVE MAP: At about 1 p.m. today Palm Bay Police officers responded to the 1000 block of Heath Avenue for reports of a burglary. The investigation revealed the neighbor witnessed two suspects in a black pickup truck breaking into the home and stealing property.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Two suspects were arrested shortly after a burglary to a home on Heath Ave. NW, following a brief vehicle chase between the suspects and the victim’s son, according to Yvonne Martinez, City of Palm Bay Public Information Coordinator. 

Two suspects were arrested shortly after a burglary to a home on Heath Ave. NW, following a brief vehicle chase between the suspects and the victim’s son, according to Yvonne Martinez, City of Palm Bay Public Information Coordinator.

Two suspects were arrested shortly after a burglary to a home on Heath Ave. NW, following a brief vehicle chase between the suspects and the victim’s son, according to Yvonne Martinez, City of Palm Bay Public Information Coordinator.

The chase ended in a crash in West Melbourne and West Melbourne police officers arrested Mark Daly, 31, and Crystal Kinaszczuk, 30.  Both suspects were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

NEIGHBOR WITNESSED BREAK-IN

According to Martinez, at about 1 p.m. today patrol officers responded to the 1000 block of Heath Avenue for reports of a burglary. The investigation revealed the neighbor witnessed two suspects in a black pickup truck breaking into the home and stealing property.

According to Martinez, at about 1 p.m. today patrol officers responded to the 1000 block of Heath Avenue for reports of a burglary. The investigation revealed the neighbor witnessed two suspects in a black pickup truck breaking into the home and stealing property.

The neighbor called the homeowner’s son who was at work in the West Melbourne area.  Based on the vehicle description given by the neighbor, the victim’s son suspected it was his sister and her boyfriend who were not allowed in the home.

As the victim’s son was heading home, he saw the suspect vehicle traveling north on Minton Road.  The son began to pursue the vehicle, which later crashed on Henry St. in West Melbourne. Kinaszczuk fled on foot but was later captured with assistance from Palm Bay K9 Officer Sean Dutill and his dog, “Kryptonite.”

The Special Operations Division is investigating the burglary and charges are pending.

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