Sheriff’s Office Seeks Owners of Recovered Property

By  //  April 30, 2014

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Sheriff’s Agents Arrest James Joshua England and Vincent Matthew Tumminia On Burglary Charges

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff’s Agents arrested James Joshua England and Vincent Matthew Tumminia after investigating a residential burglary on April 19 in the Melbourne – Suntree area.

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Brevard County Sheriff’s Agents arrested James Joshua England and Vincent Matthew Tumminia after investigating a residential burglary on April 19 in the Melbourne – Suntree area. (BCSO images)

According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, England, 20, and Tumminia, 20, both of Suntree, were charged with dealing in stolen property, occupied residential burglary and grand theft charge. Both were transported to the Brevard County Jail, where England is detained on a no bond status and Tumminia has since been released on bond.

The investigation led to the search of their homes, where a large amount of property related to residential and vehicle burglaries was seized.

The Sheriff’s Office is requesting if you have any information concerning England and Tumminia, or have been a victim of burglary in the Melbourne – Suntree area, call the Sheriff’s Office West Precinct General Crimes Unit at 321-617-7306. Agents will make arrangements to review unidentified property.

The Sheriff’s Office is seeking information concerning England and Tumminia, or if you have been a victim of burglary in the Melbourne – Suntree area, call the Sheriff’s Office West Precinct General Crimes Unit at 321-617-7306. Agents will make arrangements to review unidentified property.

It is believed that the property relates to burglaries that occurred in the Melbourne – Suntree area between January 2013 and April 2014.

SHERIFF’S AGENTS NEED ASSISTANCE TO ID STOLEN PROPERTY

The recovered property includes global positioning devices, televisions, bicycles, power tools, laptop computers, watches, gaming systems, games and sunglasses.

While most of the recovered property has been matched to specific burglary victims, agents need assistance in identifying the owners of the remaining property.

The Sheriff’s Office is seeking information concerning England and Tumminia, or if you have been a victim of burglary in the Melbourne – Suntree area, call the Sheriff’s Office West Precinct General Crimes Unit at 321-617-7306. Agents will make arrangements to review unidentified property.


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