A rash of car burglaries, stops here: in the back of this cruiser. A teen taken to jail... After deputies say they caught him red- handed... taking off with money...jewelry... and whatever else he could get his hands on. 3 Despite this one arrest-- deputies in Saint Johns County say their work isn't over. They are looking for a SECOND person in connection to these car burglaries in Nocatee. The 18-year-old behind bars now, is De Vante Johnson. Deputies say they caught him in the act ... breaking into two cars just this morning. They believe Johnson is the same person who broke into 16 cars last week...all in the same Nocatee community. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow joins us now live from Nocatee. Hailey, you spoke to some of the victims who live there... I imagine they're thrilled by the news of an arrest..? 3 3 3 Most of the break-ins happened here...along Princess Drive. The bad guys took computers, wallets and purses. And one woman says they used her credit card to purchase a game at Red Box... The neighbors feel violated and hope the other criminal is caught soon. 3 00-0617-1942-45he sits in the back of a cruiser - BUSTED. after an officer says he caught him in the act - breaking into a car... investigators believe this is him last week - burglarizing another vehicle...part of a rash of recent car break-ins in Nocatee...Shayna Brady's husband is one of them...This house caught the crook on camera - St.Johns County investigators say the two men hit about 16 locked and unlocked cars on Princess Drive in Nocatee last week. Then early Wednesday morning, a Jacksonville Sheriff's officer driving home from his shift along nearby Howland Drive, says they were at it again...Deputies arrested 18-year old De Vante Cody Johnson and say his description and car - match what was caught on surveillance last week... Commander Chuck Mulligan reminds people an UNLOCKED car - is an easy target...Deputies are still searching for the second suspect...before he strikes this street again... Neighbors say this area had a rash of breakins about a year ago. Deputies want to remind people to remove valuables and lock their doors. Hailey, did deputies say why they think thieves are targeting this area?