All Girl Burglary Ring That Terrorized South Gate Sarasota Gets Up To 10 years In Prison Off They Go To Lowell Correctional Hell Hole., Caroline Catarzi-Alyssa Conrad-Samantha Smith-off to Lowell Correctional Hell Hole., Sarasota Girl Gang members will be sent to the Lowell Correctional Hell Hole.
Monday, July 01, 2013
SARASOTA SOUTH GATE November 17 2012: Authorities in Sarasota County have arrested four women in connection with a string of burglaries that occurred in the South Gate Community. Samantha Smith, Brandy Kinney, Alyssa Conrad and Caroline Catarzi are facing a variety of charges including burglary. All four were booked into the Sarasota County Jail where they are being held on bond. According to a Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office report the suspects committed the alleged crimes to support their drug habits. Investigators say the break-ins occurred within the past two weeks. The suspects stole a variety of valuables including cash and jewelry during the spree. The burglary ring was busted when deputies looking for Catarzi, the alleged ring leader, pulled over a silver KIA carrying three of the suspects. Inside the vehicle were a ‘plethora’ of stolen items.
Caroline Catarzi DOB 4/18/1992, the ring leader, had a prior arrest in August of 2012 on burglary charges and dealing in stolen property. Caroline Catarzi was living at 2052 Prospect St Sarasota Fl during the burglary sprre. The sheriff’s office charges were for burglaries in the South Gate area where jewelry, coins and cash were stolen and some items were pawned to fund their Oxycodone addiction, according to the sheriff’s office. The girl gang would knock on the front door, proceed to the rear if nobody answered and force their way into the home, according to the probable cause affidavit.
The Sarasota Girl Gang members that received lenghty prison sentances, Caroline Catarzi 10 year prison sentence, Alyssa Conrad 10 year prison sentence and Samantha Smith a four year prison sentence will be sent to the Lowell Correctional Hell Hole. The Lowell Correctional Institution is north of Ocala Fl, Lowell, the oldest state corrections facility for women has no A/C, Lowell houses nearly 3,000 female offenders at all security levels at its main facility and satellite units. The prison employs 619 corrections officers, a little more than half those being women. Lowell Correctional Institution is the oldest state facility for women and opened in April 1956 as Florida C.I., housing all custody levels including death row. Lowell Correctional Institution has open bay housing units (dorm style) with no air conditioning in the dorms that were built in the 1950′s with lead paint on the walls and abestos tiles on the floor and food that could gag the maggots found inside, nice place to spend the next 10 years of your life.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com