The UCF Police Department announced on Friday that a second arrest was made in the March Lake Claire burglary case.
Chief Richard Beary said that UCFPD arrested Sae Von Tye Jacarr Broaden, 21, on Tuesday with 35 charges of burglary. He was one of the four men who originally fled the officers the night of the crime, according to the affidavit.
Broaden already had 52 felony arrests. UCFPD found his Facebook page during the investigation where he openly talked about waking up and breaking into cars. He also posted a video of himself playing with a gun beside a 3-week-old infant, Beary said in the news briefing.
The video happened in the jurisdiction of the Orlando Police Department, and OPD added charges of neglect of a child, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a minor, Beary said.
“As a father, as a grandfather and as a firearms instructor, words just escape me how someone could be playing with a gun laying next to a 3-week-old child,” Beary said.
Beary said Broaden is a threat and should be behind bars. Broaden is currently in the Orange County Jail.