PALM COAST, Fla. -- A man was arrested Wednesday on a felony warrant for theft. He was arrested last month in a separate case for grand theft.
Daniel Hunter, 43, of Rockinghorse Drive, was arrested on a warrant charging him with theft by taking possession of another's credit card, dealing in stolen property, fraudulent use of a credit card and possession of ammunition.
He was booked into the Flagler County jail and released after posting $3,750 bond on each charge.
The Flagler County Sheriff's Office says Hunter was arrested March 19 on a charge of stealing from a person 65 years of age or older after he posed as a painter to get inside her home. Deputies say he stole several pieces of jewelry.
In this latest arrest, detectives said Hunter found a bank card on the driveway at the home where he was staying on Lake Success Drive. Investigators say he took the card and used it at several Palm Coast stores. The card belonged to the homeowner. He also's accused of buying a gold necklace and earrings from a TJ Maxx store and then pawned the items in Palm Coast. Investigators say Hunter, who is a convicted felon, also bought ammunition for a pistol he owned. He told detectives that he had since traded the pistol for a fishing pole and no longer possessed the firearm.
Detectives believe there may be other victims. Hunter works as a painter and is believed to have stolen items from his customers while he was inside their home.