Titusville Police responded to the report of a domestic disturbance on Thursday April 11th 2019 at approximately 11:30 AM on Concord Avenue, which resulted in the apprehension and arrest of a suspect, who also had an active felony arrest warrant.
The primary investigation has revealed that the suspect fled on foot northbound from Concord Avenue into a nearby-gated subdivision.
A perimeter was established around the Plantation Oaks neighborhood. Within minutes, police found the suspect hiding on the back porch of a residence on Peachtree Street and was taken into custody.
Amari Nicholas Hair, 22, of Titusville was charged today with Burglary to an Occupied Dwelling Unarmed, Resisting without Violence, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Ecstasy.
Hair had an active arrest warrant issued by the Titusville Police Department for Burglary to a Dwelling with a Battery on March 30th 2019 and active charges for Aggravated Battery to a Pregnant Woman and False Imprisonment on April 1st 2019.
In addition, the suspect faces charges for Fleeing and Eluding a Law Enforcement Officer at High Speeds with Lights and Siren, Driving While License Suspended, Resisting without Violence issued on April 4th 2019 by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Game Over Task Force.
Hair was released from jail on bond for felony charges dating back to December 2017 and is currently being held at Brevard County Jail without bond.
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