Two men have been charged with breaking into a Pasco County deputy's cruiser in November, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
Jonathan Patrick Boyington, 19, of 2443 Oakbend Drive in Palm Harbor, is charged with burglary of an emergency vehicle, grand theft of a motor vehicle and grand theft.
Alexander Ian Curnutte, 18, of 25918 Crippen Drive in Land O' Lakes, is charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle.
Boyington was arrested by Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputies Feb. 1 and transferred to Pasco authorities Feb. 5.
He is in Land O' Lakes Jail with a bail of $35,000.
Curnutte was arrested Monday and released on $5,000 bond about five hours after he was taken into custody.
The 2011 Chevrolet Impala patrol car was burglarized in the driveway of a deputy's Wesley Chapel home between 9:30 p.m. and 11:47 p.m. Nov. 14, according to dep-uties.
A GPS unit mounted to the dash, a spare key from the glove compartment, and a radar gun and camera in the trunk were taken.
A Mitsubishi Eclipse parked next to the patrol car also was broken into, but nothing was taken, according to deputies.
That night, Curnutte and Boyington were assisted by a Pasco deputy after their white Ford pickup broke down. The truck was towed.
The deputy checked Curnutte's and Boyington's names for outstanding warrants and found none. The deputy's report is not clear on when the truck broke down.
Two nights later, on Nov. 16, a Ford F-350 in the same area also was burglarized.
The owner told deputies his iPhone, blood-glucose meter and a small flashlight were taken.
This is not Curnette's first vehicle burglary-related arrest.
He was arrested Dec. 19 and charged with seven counts of auto burglary and an eighth count of attempted burglary of an emergency vehicle.
He was released from Land O' Lakes Jail on $45,000 bond.
He also was arrested in November on a charge of burglary of an emergency vehicle and grand theft. He was released the following day after posting $10,000 bond.