Boca Raton Police Arrest Teen For Stealing Miller Lite

William Vassor | Boca PD

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — 16 year old William Vassor has been charged with “Burglary to a Conveyance” after police say he stole a case of Miller Lite beer from a truck making a delivery at the Publix at 7431 North Federal Highway.

The truck’s driver told police that he had left the rear of his truck unlocked while making a delivery, and noticed a male looking into cars in the parking lot. When he returned to his truck, he reportedly noticed the same man hiding in the bushes holding something in his hand. That’s when the driver realized a case of beer was missing from his truck.

Boca Raton Police rushed to the scene and and saw a man running across the railroad tracks towards a residential area. Children at a bus stop pointed police to a home on Lariat Circle. Police say Vassor claimed he had just woken up and had missed his bus, but the truck driver identified him as the beer thief.

Boca Police arrested Vassor. While being processed, he reportedly became enraged and punched a hole in the wall of the booking facility.

 

 

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