3 arrested in Flagler County burglary ring

Published On: Dec 07 2012 04:29:39 PM EST
Updated On: Dec 07 2012 04:33:41 PM EST

Flagler County Sheriff's Office booking photos of Ebony Lumpkins, Raymond Lumpkins and D'Corius Hill

FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. -

Flagler County detectives have arrested a set of cousins along with another man in connection with a series of burglaries in the county.

D'Corius Hill, 21, was arrested late Tuesday on eight outstanding Flagler County warrants dealing with two Palm Coast burglaries in the last two weeks. Cousins Raymond Lumpkins and Ebony Lumpkins are both charged with dealing in stolen property and were arrested Thursday afternoon.

Detectives said the two were pawning the items stolen in the burglaries. Hill lives with the Lumpkins, according to detectives.

Raymond Lumpkins is being held in the Flagler County Inmate Facility on $2,500 bond and Ebony Lumpkins' bond is set at $5,000 on the charge.

Hill and his accomplice, Jeremiah Harris, 20, are charged with Monday's attempted burglary of a home on Renshaw Drive. In that incident, Harris was arrested walking down the street after Hill drove off, leaving him behind, as deputies approached the burglary scene, investigators said. Harris is charged with burglary and prowling. His bond is set at $2,500.

Hill crashed his vehicle a short time later on Royal Palm Parkway and was hospitalized for treatment of the injuries he sustained in the crash. Once he was released from the hospital, Hill was arrested on the eight outstanding warrants. He is charged with felony fleeing and eluding, two counts of possession of burglary tools, two counts of burglary, felony driving with a suspended driver's license and criminal mischief. He was being held in the inmate facility on $24,000 bond.

Hill and Harris are also charged with the Nov. 26 burglary of a home on Renn Lane in Palm Coast.

Detectives said all four individuals may be connected to at least two others burglaries in Palm Coast and possibly more. The investigation is continuing and additional charges may be pending, deputies said.

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