4 arrested in Port Charlotte home burglary
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - Charlotte County detectives arrested four convicted felons in connection with a home burglary in Port Charlotte Saturday night.
21-year-old Garmony Keron Golloman, 44-year-old James Allen Richardson, 43-year-old Terrence Lamount Jones, and 48-year-old Daniel Coleman all face a charge of felony occupied burglary.
A woman living on Delake Avenue called deputies shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday night when someone push her front door open. The suspect immediately fled when the victim rushed to the door.
While deputies were outside the victim's home, they heard an engine revving and saw a 1995 white Oldsmobile with no headlights on speeding toward them. The driver turned on his headlights as it approached and deputies stopped the car.
Deputies noticed the four men inside were all sweaty and covered with dirt and sawdust type material on them. The driver, Golloman, matched the description given of the suspect involved in the home burglary.
All four men stepped out of the car and were searched. Each of the four men gave different stories as to why they were in the area and where they were going. Deputies searched the area and located a pair of gloves in the middle of the road by the victim’s home and also another set of gloves in a swale a few houses down from where the other pair were found.
Nearby, deputies located a van with the ignition punched and several large items inside that may have been stolen. Detectives continue their investigation into van case and have not released any further details at this time.
All four were transported to the Charlotte County Jail where they remain on no bond.