NR 15-16 Agents Investigate Multiple South Brevard Residential Burglaries
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office along with several other Brevard County Law Enforcement Agencies are conducting investigations relating to residential burglaries that have occurred since January 2015 in the southern areas of Brevard County.
Sheriff’s Office General Crimes Agents are working with Detectives from the Melbourne, Indiatlantic and Palm Bay Police Departments in connection with several residential burglaries that have occurred in multiple jurisdictions.
During one burglary, the suspects brutally injured a family pet. The dog sustained injuries consistent with being kicked. The victim, upon returning home found her injured 13-year-old Shihtzu requiring medical attention and her lifelong collection of jewelry stolen.
The investigations culminated with an arrest warrant issued for 24-year-old Kyle David Pauley for Burglary to Unoccupied Dwelling, Grand Theft, Dealing in Stolen Property, and False Verification of Ownership with a $100,000 bond. Pauley was arrested in Orlando on February 6, 2015, on these charges and has since been extradited back to Brevard County where he is currently housed in the Brevard County Jail.
Also, as a result of the investigations, Agents are attempting to locate 29-year-old William Douglas Hasencamp. Hasencamp is currently wanted on an unrelated felony warrant for Violation of Probation reference Burglary to unoccupied structure and grand theft with a NO BOND status.
If you believe you may have been a victim or have observed any suspicious activities around your home, please contact your local law enforcement agency. Several of the victims were not aware of the burglaries and thefts until weeks after discovering open windows and doors when they returned home.
Anyone with information about this incident or the whereabouts of William Douglas Hasencamp is asked to please call Brevard County Sheriff’s Office South Precinct General Crimes Agent Joe Bracey at 321-253-6683, or CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477), you can also visit http://crimeline.org/, or text ‘crimeline’ plus your tip to CRIME (274637). All information to CRIMELINE is confidential and you may be eligible for a reward.
For additional information regarding this media release, please contact Corporal Dave Jacobs at (321) 636-4665.