Four arrested in Palm City after crime spree: More South Florida criminals target Martin County

(Source; MCSO)

From Martin County Sheriff’s Office: Criminals from South Florida continue to take aim at Martin County already costing residents thousands in stolen and damaged property, and forcing our areas crime rate to rise.

Four suspects from Pompano Beach were arrested after stealing more than 800-dollars in fishing equipment from Dick’s Sporting Goods in Jensen Beach.

The group fled the store in a stolen vehicle then crashed and flipped their car as they recklessly tried to get out of Martin County.

The crash happened near the entrance of the residential community Coquina Cove, located off of Martin Downs Boulevard in Palm City.

The three men and one juvenile exited the overturned car and fled on foot. Martin County Sheriff’s Deputies were able to track and capture all four.

18-year old William Gladden, the driver of the car, was charged with leaving the scene of a crash with property damage, 29-year old Mark Anthony Robles was charged with grand theft and grand theft auto, and 26-year old Kory McMullen, who had an open felony warrant for violation of probation, was charged with possession of drugs.

They were transported to the Martin County Jail.

The juvenile, who is 17-years old, was charged with resisting arrest without violence, which is a misdemeanor.

He does face additional charges and will be transported to the juvenile detention center in Ft. Pierce.

All four suspects are from Broward County.

The vehicle was stolen from that area.

Sheriff William Snyder urges all Martin County residents to stay alert and call MCSO if you see suspicious activity. 

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