‘Dancing His Way to Jail’: Police Need Help Busting a Man Who Busted a Move After Allegedly Pawning Stolen Jewelry (VIDEO)

Authorities in Florida are expecting they’ll soon be able to bust up a defendant who broke a go on surveillance video.
Suspected at a jewellery theft, Sean M. Gazo, 31, had been captured on surveillance video dancing at the parking lot of a pawn shop where authorities claim he broke out into a celebratory boogie after allegedly selling jewellery he stole. Rolling tape to the small performance on Friday, police in Port St. Lucie searched the public’s help locating Gazo and his suspected co-conspirator Carl M. Jackson, 42.
Police say the duo had been hired day laborers to move heavy furniture to get an 86-year-old at February.
“Shortly after they left, the victim found several pieces of jewellery missing worth roughly $10,000,” the department wrote in a Facebook post.
Cops claim Gazo and Jackson pawned the stolen things in a store in Stuart, Florida, and that’s to the southeast of Port St. Lucie. (The police used the terms”pawned” and”offered” interchangeably to describe the transaction, though the two are technically different )
As seen on television, a bespectacled person identified as Gazo threw his hands on the torso, snapped his fingers, and glancing from the knees at what could be called a kind of rhythm away from the shop. Surveillance footage individually recorded a guy identified as Jackson, who kept a cooler head on the video. He made no apparent effort to celebrate as he made his way through the parking lot.
Dancing or notthey both face warrants on multiple counts. Gazo is called white, standing 6’1,” and weighing 185 lbs. He faces two counts of dealing in stolen propertyand two counts of false information to pawnbroker, and one count of third-degree grand theft. , also weighing 220 lbs. He faces one count all coping stolen property, false information to pawnbroker, and third-degree grand theft.
Authorities are hoping the public can help locate both guys.
[Screengrab through the Port St. Lucie Police Department]
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