The victim dialed 911 to report his Saturn had been stolen from the driveway.
Then, six hours later, the victim caught a lucky break and called 911 again — from a bus — to report seeing the stolen Saturn traveling on an
Details of the release:
Responding Volusia County Sheriff’s deputies spotted the Saturn and followed it to a
Jones had two of the victim’s bank cards on her, while Hosack was driving on a suspended license and also had several bank cards stolen from another car.
Jones told investigators that the two were breaking into cars in the Deltona area when Hosack came across the Saturn — unlocked and with the keys inside. So the duo got inside and drove to
While the couple were still in New Smyrna Beach they decided to break into a house, stealing a laptop computer, printer and a flat screen TV. Those items were found in the Saturn when they were later busted in Deltona.
Hosack, 29, of Orange City, was charged with grand theft, two counts of burglary, dealing in stolen property, driving with a suspended license, petty theft and three counts of possessing stolen credit cards. Jones, 20, of Osteen, was charged with grand theft, two counts of burglary, petty theft, dealing in stolen property, records show.
And more charges are expected to be filed.
Get the DUHtails from the news release from the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.