The Crisp County Sheriff's Office has cracked the cases of multiple car break-ins at the Crisp County Recreation Ball Complex.
According to the release from the Sheriff's office, on March 17, 2012 spectators at the Crisp County Recreation Ball Complex were victims of a rash of car break-ins.Deputies called to the scene were able to gather information and retrieve evidence.
Sheriff Donnie Haralson said in the release that the good work by investigators led to the collection of DNA evidence that resulted in obtaining suspect information from blood splatters at the scene.
Eight felony warrants have been issued for entering an auto on 27-year-old Mustafa Maingot from Lauderdale Lakes, Florida.
The investigation continues in the apprehension of the suspect.
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