Two arrested for Foley vehicle break-ins

By CATHY HIGGINS Onlooker Editor onlooker@gulfcoastnewspapers.com
Posted 10/25/13

FOLEY, Ala. — Two Foley men have been arrested for allegedly breaking into vehicles and stealing from them.

According to Foley Police Lt. David White, Darryl Seay and Gregory Brown, both 18, were apprehended after vehicles on Destin Avenue and …

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Two arrested for Foley vehicle break-ins

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FOLEY, Ala. — Two Foley men have been arrested for allegedly breaking into vehicles and stealing from them.

According to Foley Police Lt. David White, Darryl Seay and Gregory Brown, both 18, were apprehended after vehicles on Destin Avenue and Hampton Park Circle were invaded.

Investigation into the thefts led Foley Police to arrest Seay on Oct. 18 and Brown on Monday and charge them on multiple counts of vehicular breaking and entering.

According to White, this is Seay’s first brush with police.

“He was arrested in August for unlawful use of a credit card out of Foley,” White said.

Seay was also under suspicion after an incident that occurred less than a week before this recent arrest.

“He was arrested five days before on a trespassing charge for unlawfully being on a neighbor’s property on Orchid, White said, adding that Seay was allegedly trying to break into a vehicle on that property at that time.

The lieutenant also pointed out that Seay and Brown actually had easy access to the targeted vehicles’ interiors.

“They were unlocked,” White said. “No damage was done to the cars.”

At press time, the status of Brown is unknown. Seay is being held in the Baldwin County Corrections Center on three counts of the aforementioned charges, as well as criminal trespass in the third degree.

“No property has been recovered,” White said.