THUG JAILED: PBSO Nabs Alleged Boca Purse Snatcher

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Graccuhs Mesidor, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

WEST BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Graccuhs Mesidor is off the streets of West Boca after PBSO cuffed and stuffed the 24 year old — saying he is the man stalking victims and snatching purses.

Mesidor, of SW 54th Way in Boca, is charged with Robbery, Aggravated Battery, Larceny and Marijuana Possession. He was jailed, then released on $13,000 bond.

According to PBSO:

“Mesidor confessed to committing the robbery.  He was arrested, properly charged and then turned over to the PBC Jail for processing.”

Here is the original PBSO press release warning the community:

Purse Snatcher strikes twice in three days.

An unknown male robbed a female of her personal belongings just before she entered the Western Beef grocery store.

The Western Beef grocery store is located in the 23000 block of Sandalfoot Plaza Drive, Boca Raton.  This incident occurred on December 14, 2014

This same unknown male struck again on December 17, 2014.  He grabbed a female’s purse as she walking in the parking lot of the Sandalfoot Plaza Drive, Boca Raton.

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