Police have arrested the second suspect in connection with a string of graffiti vandalism which took place December 2 in Navarre. Kaitlin Elizabeth Skrivanie, 19, of 101 Harding Road in Niceville, was booked into Okaloosa County Jail last night around 8 p.m.
Skrivanie is facing six counts of criminal mischief with property damage for which a $7,500 bond was issued. However, she being held without bond on a charge of residential robbery – home invasion with a firearm or other deadly weapon.
Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office back on December 2 received multiple complaints from the Navarre area related to graffiti vandalism on garage doors, cars, boats, trailers, and other personal property. Many of the homes were in the vicinity of East River Road.
One homeowner’s security surveillance from that night showed three people during the tagging of a home on Pebble Brook Drive, located just west of East River Road.
Another suspect in the case, Tyree Travon Hawkins, 21, of the 9500 block of Brentwood Drive in Navarre was booked into Santa Rosa County Jail around 10 p.m. Sunday night — also on six counts of criminal mischief with property damage.
Hawkins was issued a $10,000 bond and remains in jail. He is facing five counts of criminal mischief with property damage greater than $200 and one count of criminal mischief with property damage greater than $1,000.
Both suspects had been wanted by law enforcement as suspects in the graffiti vandalism.