DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Deputies say a tattooed man who called himself "Johnny Cash" burglarized a Delray Beach woman's home after she took Ecstasy and passed out at a party.
On Saturday, detectives arrested 23-year-old Johnny Williams, of Delray Beach, who now stands charged with burglary and larceny following the Sept. 20 incident.
A Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report recounts the events that led to the burglary in the 5200 block of Tennis Lane.
It began around 9 p.m., when the victim walked into a party on Tulip Tree Street in suburban Boynton Beach.
There, the report says, she took Ecstasy from a woman she only knew as "Too Live." Detectives later identified the woman as 26-year-old Cleopatra Jackson, of Boynton Beach.
"[The victim] admitted that she foolishly ingested the unknown substance," the report says. The victim, 19, later told detectives the drug was Ecstasy.
After taking the drug, the report says, the woman said she didn't remember much.
The last event she remembered happened around 10 p.m., when "Too Live," a man known as "Johnny Cash" and a shirtless man with the top of his boxers showing left the house to get more booze for the party.
The woman wouldn't find out what really happened when the trio left the party until Oct. 1, when she sat down with detectives and her parents – the homeowners – and watched a video captured by her neighbor's surveillance camera.
The video, the report says, shows only a portion of the woman's driveway. Because the investigation is still open, detectives have not released the video.
Around 11:30 p.m., the report says, a red SUV backed into the woman's driveway on Tennis Lane. Williams then got out and walked toward the front of the house.
A short time later, the unidentified shirtless man walked to the passenger side of the SUV. Carrying two boxes and wearing gloves, Williams followed. Investigators later learned the boxes held a computer printer and PlayStation steering wheel controller.
About 10 minutes later, the SUV backed out of the driveway and rolled away. It returned less than a minute later, at which time Jackson allegedly ran into the house, only to quickly return to the SUV.
Just after 1 a.m., the video shows Williams walk toward the house from the roadway, carrying the unconscious victim in his arms. Another woman, later identified as the victim's neighbor, follows.
Detectives later caught up with the neighbor, who said she witnessed the victim take Ecstasy from Jackson.
"[The victim] became groggy and near unconsciousness shortly after ingesting the substance," the report says.
The neighbor told detectives Williams took the victim home after the party.
The burglars got away with a document-filled safe, a laptop and an iPhone. In total, detectives say, the goods were worth $300.
Deputies arrested Williams Saturday and booked him in the Palm Beach County Jail, where he remained behind bars Monday in lieu of $13,000 bond.
Jackson, who remains at large, is now wanted for helping Williams burglarize the home. She has dread locks, a heart tattoo below her right eye and a tear drop tattoo under her left eye.
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