In Florida, Travis Neeley, 19, and Peter Scandizzo, 25, were reportedly foiled by a fob in their effort to steal a car. When the owner saw Neeley in his car, he continually hit the lock button to keep him trapped as police raced to the scene.
Police then noticed Peter Scandizzo driving by suspiciously at the scene and tried to stop him. A chase ensued and Scandizzo was found hiding in his mother’s Lake City home.
Neeley is charged with burglary of a vehicle, possession of burglary tools, criminal mischief and trespassing.
Scandizzo charged with fleeing and eluding, possession of marijuana, possession of burglary tools, loitering and prowling, conspiracy to commit burglary and resisting arrested.
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2 thoughts on “Foiled By a Fob: Alleged Car Thief Trapped in Car By Owner Using Remote Locking Button”
Good one, AY
I hear James O’Keefe is looking for more employees.
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