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Moments after bonding out of custody on a grand theft charge, a Florida man burglarized a series of vehicles in the parking lot of the jail where he had been incarcerated, investigators allege.

According to police, Casey Michael Lewis, 34, was booked into the St. Lucie County jail around 4 AM Thursday following his arrest for grand theft, a felony, and other charges. Lewis, pictured at right, bonded out of custody just after 9 AM.

Cops charge that Lewis, upon walking out of the lockup, proceeded to the jail’s parking lot and burglarized a series of vehicles. Lewis was confronted by cops who spotted him pulling on car door handles in an apparent attempt to enter unlocked autos.

Lewis was then arrested and booked into the jail on burglary charges.

Lewis, a Stuart resident, was subsequently freed on $11,250 on the new felony raps. He apparently departed the jail’s grounds without committing any additional felonies.
 
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Maurice Les

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He's pathological. This man is really mentally ill, probably true kleptomania, where the sex drive is only satiated through theft. I wish it were the old days when a man like this would be on 72 hour hold in a psych ward. They do have meds now that curb the desire to steal, but he is so far gone. Stealing is like habitual masturbation for him.
 

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