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Date of Issue: March 17, 2005

Arrest made in Bradenton Beach auto burglary

Bradenton Beach police arrested two suspects Thursday in relation to a vehicle burglary that took place April 19 at Coquina Beach.

Sarah Parkinson, 17, of Bradenton, was charged with burglary to a vehicle and as an accessory to fraudulant use of a credit card. Stevenson Denis, 21, of Bradenton, was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and as an acessory to burglary of a vehicle.

According to the report, Denis was at Coquina Beach with Parkinson when she attempted to steal a radio from a Jeep. Parkinson was able to steal the face plate of the radio and a wallet from the glove box.

According to the report, Parkinson and Denis went to the Wal-Mart on State Road 70 approximately an hour and a half after the burglary, where they were videotaped attempting to use a credit card from the stolen wallet.

According to the report, the store video shows Parkinson with Denis as he attempts to purchase more than $300 of merchandise with the stolen credit card.