Firearms Theft Tied To West Boca Juveniles


BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office tonight says two West Boca residents and an alleged thug by the name of Kenney Desilien (shown) are in custody following the theft of nearly 20 weapons in Palm City.

From PBSO:

Detectives from Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and Broward County Sheriff’s Office BUST Kenney Desilien for Armed Burglary to a residence in Martin County.

Martin County Sheriff’s Office Detectives investigated a residential burglary in Palm City where 18 firearms were stolen during the break-in. The investigation revealed that two juveniles from West Boca Raton, and Kenney Desilien drove to Palm City to commit this burglary. Broward County Detectives tracked Desilien to an apartment complex in West Boca Raton where he was arrested without incident. Detectives recovered nine stolen firearms.

Desilien was booked in the PBC Jail for local drug charges and will be extradited to Martin County to face charges for Armed Burglary.

The armed burglary occurred on October 30, 2014. Desilien was arrested on November 18, 2014.

This investigation resulted in great team work of Detectives working together in a tri-county area.

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