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The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office as a warning to people who want to break the law during a state of emergency in the heart of Vero Beach, Florida.
As the Storm Dorian churns “close” on the east coast of Florida and hundreds of thousands of people in the Sunshine State to face evacuation orders, and authorities warn they will be in “full force” to deter any potential criminal activity.
As of Tuesday morning, there were already three people-related arrests in Florida, one of two men who allegedly were caught stealing sandbags from a truck.
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, said on Facebook that the two men–identified as Thaylon, A, Lewis, 43, and Joseph Colombo, Jr., 45–were charged with the theft of a declared state of emergency. In Colombo, it was taken into account for a provision for fighting for the possession of a firearm.
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“A Volusia Sheriff’s sergeant was driving southbound on Tomoka Farms Road in Daytona Beach just before 5 pm on Monday when he noticed a red Chevrolet pick-up with a man’s load of sand bags, and the other acting as a lookout,” the sheriff’s office stated. The site is in the Tomoka Farms Road/expressway to Interstate 4 overpass.”
Thaylon, A., Lewis, Joseph Colombo, Jr. were said to have been arrested following the theft of sandbags from the construction site.
(Volusia County Jail)
More than 100,000 of free sandbags will be distributed at the Volusia County over the past few days, in anticipation of the Hurricane Hotel, not including those scattered through many towns and cities in Volusia County, according to the sheriff’s office.
“Sheriff Mike Chitwood has issued a number of warnings that additional sanctions that are applicable during a state of emergency is declared in advance of the storm, and it will be carried on against any person found to be committing war crimes, during this period of time,” the sheriff’s office said.
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In the heart of Daytona Beach Shores, officials said a man was arrested Monday after he allegedly tried to break into more than a dozen of the hotel’s rooms and apartments with a full report of the Hotel upon arrival.
The Daytona Beach Shores police department, said on Facebook that the 32-year-old Jeremy, Crouter, was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, theft and possession of methamphetamine.
He Crouter, was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, theft and possession of methamphetamine.
(The Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety and security)
Crouter was caught by a security officer at the Hawaiian Inn, pulling the handles of the rooms, in an effort to get into, FOX35 reported.
The 32-year-old then resisted arrest during the incident, which was captured on the body camera video. He is now in the Volusia County Branch Jail.
The Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety, was a stern warning to anyone who is able to participate in a group activity during a state of emergency.
“Daytona Beach Shores, officers are out in FULL FORCE and effect. We are in a State of Emergency and are under a mandatory evacuation. ! Do NOT COME HERE TO LOOT,” the department said. “WE’RE NOT PLAYING WITH YOU.”
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In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” the Major, and Eric Flowers of the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office said the officers were patrolling “all night long” on the evacuation of the barrier islands.
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“If someone thinks that they are going to commit a crime during this state of emergency, and they are in the wrong,” Flowers said. “We’ll get them sent to jail, and they spend the whole storm in our jail.”
Flowers added that the judicial system is currently in use in the binding of no to bond for those types of crimes committed during a state of emergency.
“We’re going to continue to enforce the law here,” he added.