WAKULLA COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) — Deputies say a Tallahassee man is facing charges in Wakulla County after they connected him to multiple vehicle burglaries in Crawfordville
According to the Wakulla County Sheriff's Department, there was a traffic crash in Leon County involving 21-year-old Julious Wade Holland on Tuesday
Deputies say multiple items that were in the crashed vehicle had been stolen during five vehicle burglaries that happened in Crawfordville earlier this month.
When Holland was release from the hospital, he was transported to the Leon County Sheriff's Office where he was questioned by detectives in regards to the stolen items that were found.
During the interrogation, Holland admitted that he had drove from Tallahassee to Crawfordville and broke into four or five vehicles.
He also admitted to stealing tools from the vehicles, that were sold and others were given to a woman in Cairo, Georgia.
On Thursday, Wakulla County detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Holland.
In addition, deputies say a hold was placed with the Leon County Detention Facility because Holland was incarcerated there for unrelated charges.
Based on the evidence, Holland will be transported to the Wakulla County Jail to face multiple charges including burglary, credit card fraud, larceny and criminal mischief.