Suspects arrested in Naples for stolen car, credit cards, drugs

Writer: Derrick Shaw
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Mugshots of Jamarias Curry, 20, Jerry Adams, 35, James Hitchman, 32. (Credit: Collier County Sheriff’s Office)

Three men were arrested in Collier County after being found in a stolen car with an array of items, including drugs and stolen credit cards.

Collier County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jamarias Curry, 20, Jerry Adams, 35 and James Hitchman, 32, in Naples Friday.

They all face charges for Possession Of Marijuana Under 20 Grams. Adams also faces a charge for Grand Theft Auto 3rd Degree and Possession Of Cocaine, while Hitchman also faces a charge for Possession Of Cocaine.

A deputy was dispatched to a Speedway gas station on Golden Gate Parkway because of a tip on a a suspicious car that was parked there for around four hours. Inside the car, was Curry in a rear passenger seat, Adams in the driver seat and Hitchman in the front passenger seat, according to the CCSO arrest report.

The deputy could smell an odor of marijuana. He noticed plastic baggies, more than one with a green leafy substance and another with white powder inside it. The search of the sedan found two driver’s licenses, seven debit cards, one social security card — none belonging to the suspects. Two stolen car keys and other items were found and placed into evidence.

The suspects have been taken to Naples Jail Center.

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