Florida Man Released From Jail, Gets Re-Arrested In Prison Parking Lot Minutes Later After Breaking Into Cars

Florida man!

Always coming through, the Florida man. Michael Casey Lewis was released on bond from a Florida jail on grand theft charges, started walking through the prison parking lot, and what did he do? That’s right, started breaking into cars. The Florida man never fails to amaze.

Security cameras caught him, and Lewis eventually handed over a bag filled with an iPhone 7, a debit card, four packs of cigarettes and $547 cash according to the NY Post.

In their Facebook post, the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office posted the following:

JAIL IS BAD, BUT FOR SOME IT’S BETTER THAN HOME

Michael Casey Lewis, 37, of Stuart was arrested Thursday morning by the Port St. Lucie Police Department for grand theft and booked into the St. Lucie County Jail. He bonded out and was released.

After being released, deputies in the parking lot of the jail observed Lewis pulling car door handles and learned he had just burglarized several cars right there at the jail.

Well…Lewis was re-booked into the jail on MORE burglary charges and released AGAIN on a bond of $11,250.

Florida man strikes again.

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