Escambia Vehicle Burglar Gets 15 Years In Prison

June 16, 2019

An Escambia County Main

Domonic Marquis Culliver was convicted by a jury of attempted burglary and grand theft. He was immediately sentenced by Judge Thomas Dannheisser to 15 years in state prison.

On July 14 2018, police responded to a vehicle burglary at Babe’s on North Davis Highway. Culliver walked southbound from there to a parking lot. Once in the parking lot, Culliver attempted to pull on the door handle
of two vehicles, the doors were locked.

Culliver then turned and walked up to a third vehicle, a Cadillac Escalade in which he obtained access into the vehicle and stole $530 cash from the center console. Culliver then fled on foot and jumped a fence in the rear of the building. The incident was captured on surveillance camera.

On July 24 Dominic Culliver was identified as the suspect and ultimately arrested.

Culliver has prior vehicle burglary convictions and is currently on Alabama probation for robbery.

Culliver also has another case currently pending where he is charged with robbery with a firearm, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and grand theft.


4 Responses to “Escambia Vehicle Burglar Gets 15 Years In Prison”

  1. billy on June 20th, 2019 9:55 pm

    maybe its because he was on probation for burglary and larceny………you think?

  2. LETITIA DIGMON on June 19th, 2019 4:03 am

    15 years for $530
    Seems like he got that heavy sentence because of his other offenses, not this one.
    Man should get convicted of crimes separately.

  3. fisherman on June 16th, 2019 9:10 am

    Don’t understand why people don’t lock doors very easy to do. They will raise hell when people steal their stuff I don’t condone stealing but come on folks lock your doors. Wonder if the $530 were in all $1.00 bills.

  4. ellis on June 16th, 2019 8:59 am

    Convicted to stamping out license plates for 15 years on cars you can no longer steal. How ironic for you! Enjoy your accommodations at the extended stay gray bar hotel. Thanks judge.

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