NEWS RELEASE: Cape Coral Police Catch Boat House Burglars Red-Handed

(September 22, 2014)-   Cape Coral Police responded to a burglary in progress at Ford's Boat House just before dawn on Friday.  An eye-witness directed responding officers to an early morning burglary.  Upon arrival, officers witnessed the suspects exiting the business.  Numerous items were taken from the business including bottles of liquor, signs, and patio umbrellas.  All of the property was later recovered.  Cape Coral Police Detectives and Forensics responded.   The following subjects were taken into custody and transported to Lee County Jail:

Bryan Staton (W/M 05-27-93) 4407 SW 1 Place Burglary /  Grand Theft  /  14-014944

Bryan Staton (W/M 05-27-93)
4407 SW 1 Place
Burglary /  Grand Theft  /  14-014944

Bryan Staton (W/M 05-27-93)
4407 SW 1 Place
Burglary /  Grand Theft  /  14-014944 


Hamilton Burgos  (B/M 06-05-89) 3928 Santa Barbara Blvd. Burglary / Grand Theft   /  14-01494

Hamilton Burgos  (B/M 06-05-89)
3928 Santa Barbara Blvd.
Burglary / Grand Theft   /  14-01494

Hamilton Burgos  (B/M 06-05-89)
3928 Santa Barbara Blvd.
Burglary / Grand Theft   /  14-014944


Matthew Zelko  (W/M 04-06-95) 913 Cape Coral Pkwy. Burglary / Grand Theft   /  14-014944

Matthew Zelko  (W/M 04-06-95)
913 Cape Coral Pkwy.
Burglary / Grand Theft   /  14-014944

Matthew Zelko  (W/M 04-06-95)
913 Cape Coral Pkwy.
Burglary / Grand Theft   /  14-014944

PHOTO:  Crime scene tape surrounds the scene of the burglary at Ford's Boat house.  A pickup truck was loaded with liquor, signs, and umbrellas from the business.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department)

PHOTO:  Crime scene tape surrounds the scene of the burglary at Ford's Boat house.  A pickup truck was loaded with liquor, signs, and umbrellas from the business.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department)

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