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Detectives Training On New "Eye On Crime" safety system recognize fugitive offender.
On April 1, 2010 around 3 p.m., detectives were training on a remote controlled video surveillance system from inside the District I patrol headquarters when they spotted a subject known to them as a habitual offender who had outstanding warrants. They watched as the fugitive loitered around the rear of a trash bin and then walked out of the camera's range. Deputies were sent to the scene and converged on the apartment complex in the 1500 block of 138th Avenue in the University Community area. After a brief foot chase, the teenager, identified as 15-year-old Javaris Thomas (seen in video wearing white shirt and black pants), was captured. As that arrest was taking place, another fugitive was in the area and attempted to run from deputies. His attempt to escape was captured on the neighborhood camera as he ran through the apartment parking lot and between buildings. That teen, identified as 17-year-old Dylan Iwan Landvreuegd. He also was captured after a brief foot chase.
Dyllan Landvreuegd was arrested on 10 outstanding warrants to include aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, trespassing and petit theft.
Javaris Thomas was arrested on 10 outstanding warrants to include battery, burglary, grand theft, and trespassing.
Eye on Crime Camera System
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