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Update: The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office says the second person sought in this case was arrested Wednesday morning. Volusia County Sheriff’s spokesperson Brandon Haught says Joann Livesay was arrested on a warrant in the case by the Edgewater Police Department.
Volusia County Sheriff’s Investigators have arrested one woman and are looking for another in connection with a burglary of a beachfront condo near New Smyrna Beach. Volusia County Sheriff’s spokesperson Gary Davidson says 32-year old Amanda Middlebrooks of Edgewater was charged Monday with burglary, grand theft, use of another person’s identification without their consent and two counts of attempted use of another person’s identification. Sheriff’s Office Investigators say the woman was part of a team of house cleaners working at Errol by the Sea earlier this month, who they say took credit cards found in an unlocked room. The detectives say they obtained store video from WalMart and a pawn shop that shows the women using the stolen credit cards. Investigators made the arrest after contacting Middlebrooks Monday, but are also looking for the other woman suspected in the case, 53-year old Joann Livesay.
Davidson says the Sheriff’s Office is also asking other people who may have employed the house cleaners and had property stolen to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (386) 423-3301. Anyone with information about the location of Joann Livesay is also asked to call either the Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida toll-free at (888) 277-TIPS. You can also text a tip to Crime Stoppers by texting “TIP231” plus your information to CRIMES. The Sheriff’s Office says people providing information to Crime Stoppers can qualify for a reward of up to $1,000.
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