Serial Car Burglar Arrested: Admits Breaking into Hundreds of Vehicles

David Jasinski

David Jasinski

A joint operation between the Broward Sheriff’s Office Burglary Apprehension Team and Coral Springs Police Department’s Burglary Enforcement And Reduction team led to the arrest of a 26-year-old serial burglar who has admitted to breaking into more than 200 cars in the last four months.

B.A.T. detectives received information on April 10 about a man who made a living out of breaking into cars. Immediately following up on the tip, B.A.T. and B.E.A.R. investigators conducted surveillance of the suspect’s residence in Ft. Lauderdale. They followed the suspect as he got in his car, drove to the Savannah at Riverside condominiums in Coral Springs and parked his car. The suspect left his car but returned moments later and placed something inside his car. He left again and returned four hours later carrying a duffle bag.

The B.A.T. and B.E.A.R. team conducted a traffic stop. The suspect attempted to flee in his vehicle but was immediately trapped and taken into custody.

During an interview, David Jasinski, admitted to breaking into at least six cars last night from the residential neighborhood behind the Savannah condominiums. He went on further, confessing to a rash of at least 30 car burglaries in the Las Olas area in Ft. Lauderdale in the past few days, more than a hundred in the City of Coral Springs alone and said he had broken into a total of around 300 vehicles in the last four months.

Jasinski had just been released on bond from an April 2 arrest in Wilton Manors for the same crime, but his criminal history dates back to 2004, when he has 16.

Jaskinski is a habitual offender according to all of these mug shots.

Jaskinski is a habitual offender according to all of these mug shots.

-Sharon Aron Baron

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Sharon Aron Baron Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs, Parkland and the rest of South Florida.

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  • J T

    He will bond out of jail within 2 days, and be right back to his scummer ways. Worthless trash like this deserves nothing better than to have their hands severed as punishment. If he recommits after losing a hand, then euthenization is the correct punishment to protect innocent people.

  • meanly78

    had my car burglarized few weeks back east pompano , love to throat punch this donkey

    • Andrew Ladanowski

      I feel for you and probably would like to do the same thing. But the reality is we have two choices we could lock em up for the rest of his life at a cost of over 30k a year, and provide food stamps to his family, or we could attempt to focus on aggressive rehab, probation and monitoring programs.

  • Guest

    I am getting soft with age. Since I moved down to Florida, I must start being influenced by the majority of Democrats down here. Did society ever attempt to treat his drug addiction on his 12 previous arrests? Before I get slaughtered, I do not condone this guys behavior. He needs to take responsibility for his action. Society can not change his choices, but society can change the environment. Did Society attempt to provide him rehab? Does society offer rehab for those who can not afford it before they get arrested. Simple Answer No. The wife knew what her husband was doing the only solution for her would be to call the cops and tip him off that he is stealing for a living. Is there a place I could call if I have a friend or family member who needs assistance resolving an addiction problem before getting arrested. This is for a friend who has no money. The simple answer is no. Until we resolve the root problem, this guy should not have been released from prison until we resolved the addiction problem. Once released, a good probation program should have been in place. This probation program could include GPS tracking and continuous substance abuse testing. I have been fortunate, I have had no friends or family members with any substance abuse issues. I am far from being an expert.

  • Andrew Ladanowski

    I am getting soft with age. Since I moved down to Florida, I must start being influenced by the majority of Democrats down here. Did society ever attempt to treat his drug addiction on his 12 previous arrests? Before I get slaughtered, I do not condone this guys behavior. He needs to take responsibility for his action. He made the first mistake by using drugs in the first place. Society can’t change his choices, but society can change the environment. Did Society attempt to provide him rehab? Does society offer rehab for those who can not afford it before they get arrested. Simple Answer No. The wife knew what her husband was doing the only solution for her would be to call the cops and tip him off that he is stealing for a living. Is there a place I could call if I have a friend or family member who needs assistance resolving an addiction problem before getting arrested. This is for a friend who has no money. The simple answer is no. Until we resolve the root problem, this guy should not have been released from prison until we resolved the addiction problem. Once released, a good probation program should have been in place. This probation program could include GPS tracking and continuous substance abuse testing. I have been fortunate, I have had no friends or family members with any substance abuse issues. I am far from being an expert.