Cantonment Woman Arrested In Pensacola Burglaries

August 10, 2017

A Cantonment woman has been charged with multiple counts

Maxine Lakesha Davis-Eakins, age 23 of Quintette Road, was arrested in connection with the burglary of a home on North 19th Avenue, a shed on East Lloyd Street, a BMW stolen in Perdido Key and recovered  at Bayview Park, the burglary of a condo on Perdido Key and the attempted burglary of a vehicle on East Lee Street.

She was charged with multiple counts of burglary, two counts of resisting an officer, grand theft of a motor vehicle and petit theft. She remained in the Escambia County Jail Thursday morning with bond set at $38,500.

Her boyfriend, 24-year old Rodney Dwayne Anderson of Pensacola allegedly took part in the burglaries with Davis-Eakins. He was previously arrested on related charges and was jailed with bond set at $53,000.


10 Responses to “Cantonment Woman Arrested In Pensacola Burglaries”

  1. Lynn Bing on August 31st, 2017 7:04 pm

    I think she has learned her lesson being in jail hanging with the wrong person also, I say give her another chance everyone has done something wrong in there life when they were young everything. Sound like she is asking for help.

  2. Concerned citizen on August 13th, 2017 10:26 pm

    She will most likely get out and do it all over again. Our judical system has to change. We need tougher laws. Maybe we could start chopping digits and limbs each time they steal! She will come across the wrong person one day. Sad Sad world we live in. Lock it up folks. These kids are more entitled to our sweat than we are!

  3. Bob's Brother on August 12th, 2017 5:29 pm

    @ Charlie, Sir… I don’t expect everyone to know this, but a Bail Bond can be obtained in most cases, for 10% of the bond ordered by the court. In some cases, if a person is known in the community and has a prior clean record, they may grant O.R. or “Own recognizance” in which the person would be trusted to show up for their court date.

  4. Charlie on August 10th, 2017 10:58 pm

    @Bob’s Brother—-You left out one zero there! Bail is 38 thousand five hundred, not 3 thousand 8 hundred fifty.

  5. Nod on August 10th, 2017 10:05 am

    Maybe she never had a chance. Maybe she was just hungry. Either way she now has food and shelter, hopefully for a long time.

  6. Bob's Brother on August 10th, 2017 8:59 am

    Dear Judge, please do not release this woman after 18 or so months. She needs at least 4 years for this… The bond? Where is this person going to get $3850.00??

  7. Robinhood on August 10th, 2017 8:21 am

    let the system release her. When they do she will be right back doing the very same thing over and over until someone puts a bullet in her and her boy friend. They will get what is coming to them eventually.

  8. willy on August 10th, 2017 7:57 am

    nothing quite like just riding around the county looking for things to take so you can ride for free. She won’t be in jail long. Lock up your things because she’ll be back at it soon!

  9. Bama Girl on August 10th, 2017 7:31 am

    She’s been a busy girl. Maybe she’ll get a little down time in the big house! Let’s hope so anyway.

  10. area resident on August 10th, 2017 5:38 am

    I don’t understand the low bonds. We all know they will just keep stealing from those of us who are honest, hard-working people. What’s the hold up with the jail. Get it built…no ac and mush for meals. It’s not supposed to be a luxury hotel.

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