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And we will not tolerate thieves taking advantage of those evacuating their homes,' Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said.'Looters need to be prepared to go to jail if they try to take advantage of people during a state of emergency.' Both suspects have criminal histories, including burglary, grand theft and possession of marijuana.They face multiple charges including burglary of an occupied dwelling during a state of emergency, resisting arrest without violence and unarmed burglary of a residence.Police were called to a frightening scene in Orlando after witnesses reported a burglary at Academy Sports near the Mall at Millenia on Sunday, WESH reported.SWAT team officers were sent for when witnesses claimed that the burglars were trying to steal guns.Entering the home through the back door, they stole a set of keys and the younger boy opened the garage door for his accomplice.Parkinson allegedly then tried to use the keys to steal a 2001 Dodge Intrepid but the battery was dead.'We want everyone to be safe during the hurricane.
They ran when they noticed her but were taken into custody.
Florida's police departments have taken to humiliating alleged looters online in a bid to curb thefts in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
On Sunday, Fort Lauderdale PD announced on Twitter that it had arrested nine people who were caught on camera looting a pawn shop and nearby clothing store.
Ask these guys how that turned out,' the police department tweeted, with the hashtag #stayindoors.
People took to Twitter to condemn the looters and branded them 'the worst kind of people'.
Also on Sunday the FLPD posted up mugshots of two men it claimed had been breaking and entering overnight.