Curtis Brazzell was sentenced Wednesday in Polk County Circuit Court after pleading guilty to four charges of second-degree burglary. He was accused in connection with break-ins at the airport on May 24 when tools were stolen, including a nail gun, air compressor, and drill, along with cash.
Also charged was Francis Ann King, 25, of Bolivar. She was earlier held in the Polk County Jail in lieu of $30,000 bond awaiting her first court appearance, but is no longer in custody, according to the jail.
Court documents state the two, along with a third person, were spotted in the hangers by an off-duty federal agent. They fled when confronted, but the Jeep they were in was later found abandoned.
Investigators found a cellphone belonging to Brazzell in the Jeep. The federal agent also picked King and Brazzell out of a photo lineup, the probable cause statement states.
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