MELBOURNE, Fla. — A man wearing a tie-dye shirt and multicolored leggings is accused of stealing a snake in Indian Harbour Beach, Fla., Tuesday evening. John Robinson, a 28-year-old Indialantic man, was arrested after Melbourne police said he snatched a ball python from another man outside of a Dollar General. The victim told police that Robinson approached him and asked to hold his snake. He told Robison that he could look but not touch, arrest reports state.
Cocoa police are looking for new information related to the disappearance of 35-year-old Derek Hensley, who was reported missing in November of 2016. Since Hensley's disappearance over a year ago, detectives said the case has gone cold. His family reported him missing on Nov. 16 that year, telling police that it was unusual for him to leave home and not come back. Police said that interviews and searches yielded no clues and that he took no personal items with him.
Melbourne police said Thursday they misidentified the man they arrested Tuesday and charged with stealing a teenager's pet snake. By Thursday morning, police realized the suspect had given them someone else's name — John Robinson. The real John Robinson is a local surfer who is not a suspect in any crime, police said. The man, who was charged and booked at the Brevard County Jail Complex Wednesday, is being called 'John Doe,' because police do not know his identity.
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