Trio of Teens Arrested for Vehicle Burglaries in Parkland Thanks to Alert Resident, High-Tech Surveillance
Dishawn McClain, Jayden McCoy, and Jamarius Rogers. {BSO}

By Ryan Yousefi

Three teens face were arrested and face felony charges after burglarizing vehicles inside a Parkland community. 

On July 9, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office apprehended three teens believed to be responsible for vehicle burglaries within the Grand Cypress Estates development. 

According to arrest records, the teens were first reported after a victim received a security alert showing the teens, later identified as Jamarius Rogers, 19, of Hollywood, Dishawn McClain, 18, of Miramar, and Jayden McCoy, 18, of Pembroke Park, breaking into his vehicle. 

Shortly after the victim alerted law enforcement, a Grand Cypress Estates security guard reported a vehicle fleeing the development at a high rate of speed. 

The security guard provided BSO deputies with a detailed description of the vehicle, along with a license plate number that was crucial in enabling law enforcement to locate the three teens.

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Records show authorities located and pulled over a Honda Accord believed to be the vehicle used in the crimes and detained Rogers, McClain, and McCoy.

Upon interviews with investigators, McClain and McCoy admitted to the burglaries, while Rogers confessed to driving the getaway car. 

All three teens were taken into custody and transported to the Broward County Jail. They were subsequently released after each posted a $1,000 bond.

Following their arrests, surveillance footage from the victim’s residence revealed McClain and McCoy approaching the victim’s driveway moments before the vehicle burglary occurred. 

The footage also showed the Honda Accord, driven by Rogers, idling in the roadway and, following the burglary, picking up McClain and McCoy.

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Ryan Yousefi
Ryan Yousefi
Ryan Yousefi has lived in Coral Springs for over 30 years. He has worked as a writer for multiples outlets over the years, including the Miami New Times where he has covered sports and culture since 2013. He holds a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in Business Healthcare Management from Western Governors University.
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