Suspect Arrested by BCSO in Viral Video Identified as Convicted Felon, Features Extensive Criminal History
By Space Coast Daily // May 21, 2020
Perpetrator identified as Trevor Dean Zag Stillwell
ABOVE VIDEO: In a newly released video on Tuesday over social media, Sheriff Ivey is seen walking the suspect to the Brevard County Jail.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The suspect arrested for breaking into a house, hours after Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey released a viral video that called attention to the ‘nuisance’ house, has been identified as 27-year-old Trevor Dean Zag Stillwell from Cocoa.
Stillwell has been charged with Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling, two counts of Petit Theft and six counts of Bond Exoneration/Revocation Felony.
He is being held at the Brevard County Jail with no bond.
The issue was brought to the public’s attention after the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Wayne Ivey released a viral video on Monday that featured Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey delivering a strong warning for the residents of a Port. St. John house after deputies had been called to the house for service nearly 100 times over 12 months, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
“I’m standing in front of a house on 4295 Delespine Road in Port St. John that has become a complete nuisance to its neighborhood and to this agency,” said Sheriff Ivey.
“This house, and the overwhelmingly majority living in it, are a constant disruption and pain in the butt to their neighbors, the children in this area and the taxpayers’ dollars.”
The video gained national attention after it went viral over social media with over 20 million views and one million reactions within 48 hours.
ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne had a strong message on social media for the residents of Port St. John house after deputies have been called to the house for service nearly 100 times over 12 months, according to the Sheriff’s Office. “I’m standing in front of a house on 4295 Delespine Road in Port St. John that has become a complete nuisance to its neighborhood and to this agency,” said Sheriff Ivey.
The next day after the warning was issued by BCSO, deputies arrested a suspect for breaking into a neighborhood house. Deputies identified the suspect as Stillwell, who was one of the residents inside the house that was featured by BCSO.
Holding true to his promise from Monday’s video, Sheriff Ivey walked Stillwell to the Brevard County Jail in a follow up video on Tuesday that has over 500,000 views.
“If you are going to break the law in Brevard County, you better find some other place to do it,” said Sheriff Ivey, as he walked Stillwell into the jail for booking.
Stillwell is no stranger to law enforcement in Brevard County. He has an extensive criminal history dating back to 2011 that includes convictions of stolen property, shoplifting, possession of drug paraphernalia, trespassing, grand theft and violations of probation.
Stillwell’s first court date for the felony charge of Burglary of an Unoccupied Dwelling is set for June 16 in front of judge Katie Jacobus.
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