CRESTVIEW — A trio racked up several burglary charges after they allegedly stole an Amazon package from a person’s porch and dumped the box in the middle of the road as they tried to elude Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office deputies.

Deputies responded to a report of suspicious activity Sunday on Poverty Creek Road in Crestview after a caller reported two people removed a box from a neighbor’s porch and got into a car, according to the Sheriff's Office.

After deputies responded and tried to locate the car, they noticed an Amazon box in the middle of a nearby street. They eventually pulled over the car on Crown Creeks Circle.

Three people — Blake Allan Sienko, 26, Victoria Grace Clark, 17, and Zane Aaron Hall, 20 — were in the vehicle along with the contents of the Amazon box the resident had reported missing, deputies reported. The items included a vegetable spiralizer, pocket knife, fishing gear and other kitchen items totaling $191.63.

Witnesses along Border Creek Road saw “boxes being thrown from the rear driver side” of the car, according to the Sheriff's Office. Video surveillance showed the car drive by with an open rear passenger door, deputies reported.

Sienko wanted to take responsibility for the entire incident, according to the report, and admitted to discarding the boxes while deputies were attempting to catch up with the car.

All three were charged. Sienko was charged with burglary, larceny and tampering with evidence. Hall was charged with burglary and larceny. Clark was charged with burglary, larceny and  tampering with evidence. She also was charged with possession of marijuana after deputies found a wadded up piece of paper with marijuana inside it in the rear passenger door of the vehicle where Clark had been sitting.