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Runaway Teens Accused of Hillsborough Vehicle Burglaries

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The three surrendered to a Hillsborough sheriff’s K-9 officer, deputies said.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY – Three teens have been accused of committing several vehicle burglaries in Hillsborough County, sheriff’s deputies said.

Christian Anthony Concepcion, 16, of Valrico; Gage Glenn Haynes, 15, of Brandon; and Tyler Lee Arnold, 15, of Ruskin, were each charged with three counts of burglary of an unoccupied conveyance. All three were also reported as juvenile runaways within Hillsborough County.

Deputies were called to the deputies responded to the St. Cloud Oaks about 1:23 this morning (March 16) for a report about a suspicious person. Because there had previously been multiple vehicle burglaries in the area, deputies called in an aviation unit and a canine officer. Deputies went into the area on foot and said they saw three juveniles commit multiple burglaries.

When the three tried to leave the subdivision, deputies released K9 Max, who caught them as they were headed towards St. Cloud Avenue. Deputies said the three immediately surrendered to Max.

Tyler Lee Arnold | HIllsborough Sheriff | Arrests

Tyler Lee Arnold

Christian Anthony Concepcion | Hillsborough Sheriff | Arrests

Christian Anthony Concepcion

Gage Glenn Haynes | HIllsborough Sheriff | Arrests

Gage Glenn Haynes

For information about the Hillsborough sheriff, go to hcso.tampa.fl.us.

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