Aaron Burmeister and Ashley McNeil, of Big Pine Key, admitted they swiped the 40-foot catamaran sailboat, named the Kaisosi, on March 30 from a Lower Keys harbor so they could leave America behind and take a “honeymoon” to Cuba.
Aaron Burmeister and Ashley McNeil, of Big Pine Key, admitted they swiped the 40-foot catamaran sailboat, named the Kaisosi, on March 30 from a Lower Keys harbor so they could leave America behind and take a “honeymoon” to Cuba. Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
Aaron Burmeister and Ashley McNeil, of Big Pine Key, admitted they swiped the 40-foot catamaran sailboat, named the Kaisosi, on March 30 from a Lower Keys harbor so they could leave America behind and take a “honeymoon” to Cuba. Monroe County Sheriff's Office.

Gwen Filosa covers Key West and the Lower Florida Keys for FLKeysNews.com and the Miami Herald and lives in Key West. She was part of the staff at the New Orleans Times-Picayune that in 2005 won two Pulitzer Prizes for coverage of Hurricane Katrina. She graduated from Indiana University.