Florida Pair Trash Stranger’s Home for ‘Jail Release’ Party


Jaquel Fleming  and Keilow Roundtree mugshots

Jaquel Fleming and Keilow Roundtree mugshots

An ex-con from Florida celebrated his release from prison by breaking into a stranger’s house and throwing wild parties, according to authorities.

Jaquel Fleming, 18, and friend Keilow Roundtree, 23, were found by the homeowner on Nov. 4, 2015,  sleeping in the victim’s bed in Lakeland.  Cops say they had been partying in the home for five days while the homeowner was out of town.

Investigators say the suspect admitting to breaking in to “party and smoke weed in celebration of Fleming’s recent release from jail.”

While the suspect slept, the victim called the cops, but the suspects awoke just as they arrived. They were trying to jump out of a bedroom to escape.

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The home sustained $4,000 in damage from the wild parties, which included paint splashed over walls and carpets, walls punctured by a hammer, doors knocked off hinges and drugs lying on the floor.

Fleming’s criminal record includes seven prior arrests for a concealed firearm, burglary, theft, possession, resisting arrest and grand theft of a motor vehicle.

He had just completed a 220-day sentence in the county jail before his release.

The pair is charged with burglary, grand theft, criminal mischief and resisting arrest.


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