The passenger window of the officer’s city-owned Chevrolet Silverado was broken out at his home on Caladium Road in Arlington sometime before 8 a.m. Monday.
Among the items reported stolen were two firearms, a .40 caliber Glock semi-automatic pistol and an AR-15 rifle valued at $2,600.
Five magazine and 96 rounds of .40 caliber ammunition were also reported stolen, along with 186 .223 caliber rounds.
Other items included the officer’s gear: duty belt, handcuffs, Taser, sights for the firearms, spray, holster, radio equipment and three JSO patches.
According to JSO spokesperson Melissa Bujeda, a weapon is supposed to be in a locked trunk with a cable lock on the weapon, or secured in the officer’s residence.
Source: First Coast News