- Two young men were arrested for carjacking in Florida.
- The harrowing moment of the car theft in Florida was recorded on video.
- Authorities released a surveillance camera recording that captured the car theft in Florida.
Two young men were arrested after committing a car theft that was recorded in a shocking video of a security camera in Florida.
The Florida sheriff’s office announced that two arrests were made this Saturday following a violent carjacking by armed suspects.
The car theft in Florida was recorded on video by a surveillance camera installed in the home where the crime occurred.
Victor Senatore, 24, and GianPiero Gasparin, 17, have been charged in connection with the carjacking that took place around 10 a.m. Monday night in Windermere, Florida, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said. , cited by Fox News.
“Excellent work from the detectives and all the agents involved!” He wrote in Twittter the Sheriff’s Office. To see the video, click on the image.
As seen in the video, released by the authorities on the aforementioned social network, one of the assailants, who covered part of his face with a shirt, forcibly removed a man from his 2015 Mercedes vehicle, while the other assailant, armed, he hit him on the head and ordered him to fall to the ground.
“Just take it, just take it,” the victim was heard exclaiming in that distressing moment.
Investigators offered medical care to the owner of the car, but did not want to accept it, said the police report cited by Click Orlando.
In her account, the victim told police that the assailant who was driving fled in the direction of Remsen Cay Lane, while the other ran across the street, got into a red car and followed his partner.
After capturing them, sheriff’s officers said Gasparin was the armed robber and Senatore was the assailant who left with the stolen car.
The victim said the assailants also took his $ 1,500 worth of golf clubs and a $ 3,000 Apple Mac laptop that were in the vehicle when it was stolen.
Finally, the victim told authorities that he did not recognize any of the assailants and that he did not believe they had followed him home from another location.
Arizona: Former player found dead, who was wanted for the death of his girlfriend
Authorities found on Saturday the body of Charles Haeger, a former Major League Baseball player, wanted after his ex-girlfriend shot dead in a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona.
According to the police, the body of Haeger, 37, had a gunshot wound that he had inflicted himself.
The discovery was made around 4 p.m. on a trail on the southern rim of the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona, said Sgt. Ben Hoster, a spokesman for the Scottsdale Police Department, in a statement released late that night.
Police were seeking Haeger on a murder and aggravated assault suspect in the woman’s death Friday, Hoster said.
The victim was identified Saturday by authorities as Danielle Breed, 34. She owned the Tipsy Coyote Bar and Grill in Scottsdale, the Arizona Republic reported.
On Saturday morning, police found Haeger’s vehicle. It was empty near Flagstaff, in northern Arizona, and about 190 kilometers (118 miles) from Scottsdale.
Haeger was a pitcher drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 2001 draft, and played 83 innings in the majors.
His career included stints with the Boston Red Sox, Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Dodgers organizations.
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