Friday, July 27, 2012
Hendry's Bryan Boyle Seriously Deeper In Trouble
LABELLE, FL. -- After dozens of arrests in recent years, mostly traffic and driving violations, and a few drug charges, with little court punishment handed out, LaBelle's Bryan Scott Boyle has found himself arrested yet again.
But this time things are getting more serious as he's charged with burglary of a Port LaBelle building and grand theft of more than $20,000. He was also arrested for failing to appear in court, which he's failed to do many times over the last decade of his career.
35-year old Boyle reportedly was spotted by a Hendry Deputy near Dellwood Terrace in Port LaBelle burglarizing a vacant building. Riding his usual mode of transportation since he has no license to drive, he mounts a four-wheel ATV, Boyle promptly took off northward up Birchwood Parkway towards Glades County, eluding deputies who stationed themselves at various locations around the area to capture him.
About a week later, on July 24 Boyle was found and arrested. Today, he's still in the Hendry jail with bond set at $50,000 on the burglary and theft charges, plus $1,200 on the failure to appear charge.
Boyle lived with his mother in his recently deceased grandmother's home on Springview Circle in Port LaBelle. Apparently, he's found a need to steal goods to support himself, but the taxpayers will support him for awhile in his jail cell.
Update April, 2014: Boyle's latest criminal activity was introducing contraband into the county jail July 23, 2013 for which he was sentenced on November 26, 2013 to one year and one day in state prison. He was released from prison June 6, 2014. He is living back in Port LaBelle now.
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