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- Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling
- Grand Theft Motor Vehicle x2
- Grand Theft Third Degree x2
- Fraudulent Use of Credit Card
- Burglary of an Unoccupied Conveyance
In the early morning hours of 02/26/2016, District IV Patrol Deputies responded to an address in the Riverview community to investigate a residential burglary. It was determined a suspect entered the residence during the night via an unlocked garage door. Once inside, the suspect removed credit cards and the keys to a 2011 Ford Mustang. The suspect exited the residence, entered the vehicle, and removed it from the garage, closing the garage door behind him. The residence was occupied by an adult couple in addition to a child.
District IV detectives became involved in the investigation and learned the suspect used the victim's credit card at a local Walmart. Detectives immediately recognized the suspect in the Walmart surveillance photograph, from previous encounters, as Nathan Campbell and responded to his school to conduct an interview. Once at the school, detectives located the stolen vehicle in the parking lot. Nathan Campbell was in class at the time and was in possession of the stolen vehicle key as well.
Post Miranda, the suspect admitted to the incident as well as several other burglaries and stolen vehicles.