Florida Man Released From Jail Goes Right Back After Allegedly Burglarizing Cars in Parking Lot

Florida Man Released From Jail Goes Right Back After Allegedly Burglarizing Cars in the Parking Lot
St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office

Mere minutes after he was released from jail, a Florida man found himself right back behind bars.

Michael Casey Lewis was initially arrested for grand theft and was bonded out on Thursday. Minutes later, deputies allegedly caught him burglarizing cars in the parking lot, according to the AP.

The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office said the 37-year-old was taken back inside and booked on burglary charges. He was released again that same day on an $11,250 bond.

The sheriff’s office shared the incident on social media with the caption, "JAIL IS BAD, BUT FOR SOME IT'S BETTER THAN HOME.”

Online court records did not list an attorney for Lewis.

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