Suspect arrested in multiple Port St. Lucie car burglaries

Mom brings stolen items to police station
Posted at 12:49 PM, Nov 07, 2016

A 25-year-old Port St. Lucie man was arrested Friday in connection with multiple auto burglaries in the city.

Local police said during the overnight hours of Oct. 30, one of the vehicles was burglarized in the 200 block of NW Bayshore Blvd. 

Police were able to identify the suspect, Kevin Paul Parziale, after analyzing finger prints recovered during the investigation. 

After Parziale's arrest, detectives interviewed him and said he burglarized three cars on NW Bayshore Boulevard and several other cars in the Magnolia Lakes Development.

On Monday, police said Parziale was charged with three additional counts of auto burglary in the Magnolia Lakes cases. 

In total, Parziale is charged with six counts of auto burglary, grand theft and petit theft. 

Suspect's Mom Helps Police 

After the interview, police said Parziale agreed to have his mother bring in to the police station the items he took during the burglaries. 

Police sifted through the stolen items and determined that some of the property recovered had not yet been reported stolen. 

Port St. Lucie police are asking residents of the Magnolia Lakes Development and NW Bayshore Boulevard area to take a look at the recovered property and if they recognize property belonging to them to contact the department.