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Concerned citizen helps police nab suspected jewlery burglar

By Alexandra Seltzer

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

A concerned citizen Wednesday helped police nab a suspected burglar who officers say stole a large amount of jewelry, a jewelry scale, a laptop, and more than $1,000 in cash.

Dayonte Resiles, 19, of Lauderdale Lakes, was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on Wednesday on charges of fleeing from police, burglary, resisting an officer, larceny and loitering. He was released Thursday after posting $32,000 bond.

A man living in the 600 block of Southwest Fifth Street called police around noon that day and said a young man wearing a fluorescent traffic vest knocked on his door. The man asked for a “Mr. Alexander,” and said he was looking for 700 Southwest Fifth Street, according to police.

The resident described the man, later identified as Resiles, and told police he was driving a brown Mercedes which he parked in the driveway.

Officers found the Mercedes in the driveway of 801 Elderberry Way and an officer followed it as the vehicle left.

The officer watched as Resiles committed several traffic violations and then attempted to pull Resiles over in a traffic stop. However, Resiles didn’t immediately stop and started driving down other streets. He was finally forced to stop behind a boat on a trailer blocking the roadway, police said.

Officers spoke with Resiles and “the story Resiles gave officers for being in the area was quickly disproved,” a police spokesperson said.

The 911 caller positively identified Resiles as the man who he spoke with at the door.

Police found a window punch in Resiles’ pocket and gloves in the car’s center console. Officers also found a woman’s watch, $1,003 in cash, a jewelry scale, a laptop, a camera, an iPad, and a large amount of jewelry in the car.

The resident of the Elderberry Way home identified those items as hers, and police confirmed it when they saw the home’s rear slider was smashed.

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