Grand Theft Suspect Beau Vansiclin Featured on BCSO’s ‘Brevard County Justice’ Turns Himself In

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Sheriff Ivey: I would like to commend Mr. Vansiclin for doing the right thing by turning himself in

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Grand Theft suspect Beau Vansiclin, who was recently featured on Brevard County Sheriff’s Office’s weekly show “Brevard County Justice,” turns himself in.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – This past Monday night during this week’s episode of “Brevard County Justice,” which can be viewed above, we highlighted a Grand Theft and Scheme to Defraud case that was perpetrated by Beau Vansiclin, who we asked our citizens to help us locate and arrest.

Tonight, I would like to commend Mr. Vansiclin for doing the right thing by turning himself in at the Brevard County Jail after he was made aware by a friend that he had been featured on “Brevard County Justice.”

Mr. Vansiclin turned himself in at the Brevard County Jail earlier this morning after arranging for a bondsman to post his $24,000 bond on the charges of Grand Theft and Scheme to Defraud.

Hopefully, Mr. Vansiclin will take this opportunity to get his life back on track as we commend him for taking the first step to getting this chapter of his life behind him.

“Mr. Vansiclin turned himself in at the Brevard County Jail earlier this morning after arranging for a bondsman to post his $24,000 bond on the charges of Grand Theft and Scheme to Defraud.” (BCSO image)

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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