This carjacking in the Orlando area has begun sounding like a television show.

Police identified the car that was involved in the carjacking as a Green 2002 Acura. There are only three of them in the state of Florida.

  • The car was purchased at a “buy here, pay here” place in February. The purchaser was never seen again after buying it, despite owing money on the car.
  • The car was towed on March 19.
  • The tow truck driver was shot at over 100 times by a 10mm and killed on April 10.
  • The carjacking turned muder happened on April 11.
  • The car was found abandoned and towed on April 13

On top of that, despite police claiming that the woman and her husband had no relatives or known associates in the Orlando area, the woman’s husband and brother contacted the wife of an Orange County Deputy, and coopted the Deputy into calling the Seminole County Deputies who were conducting the investigation, and posing as someone else, recorded the call and forwarded a copy of the recording to the husband.

This is some organized crime television drama. It stinks of organized crime.

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Bad Dancer · April 16, 2024 at 7:00 am

My first thought is that someone has some money if theyre willing to throw over 100 rounds of 10mm at someone in anger.

I remember some years back, and I believe it was also in Florida, when a killer was found because the cops found a 10mm casing and found it so unique and the amount of people buying it in the area so few they were able to connect the buyer to the scene.

Tree Mike · April 16, 2024 at 4:08 pm

Every institution, at every level, corrupted.

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