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| February 4, 2023

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Osceola News

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people they say stole a BMW from three other people, who had already stolen the car from a dealership, and have now been arrested.

Aaron Alvarenga, Jerome Lewis, and Justin Carter were arrested by Osceola deputies on charges of grand theft auto, carjacking, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after they robbed a woman, her boyfriend, and their friend at gunpoint during a house showing on Hawk Drive in Kissimmee on Wednesday.

After electronically tracking and locating the stolen BMW, deputies conducted a traffic stop and arrested the three suspects.

Detectives were told by Alvarenga, one of the suspects. that the stolen BMW they were in had already been stolen from a dealership by one of the victims, who purchased it with a fake ID.

The sheriff’s office called the dealership confirming that the BMW had been illegally purchased, then arrested the victims for stealing the car in the first place, and for providing fake IDs to law enforcement, the same IDs they used to purchase the BMW.

The sheriff’s office says they have arrested all six people, the three who carjacked the “previously stolen” BMW, and the three who purchased the car with fake IDs. Osceola deputies are still trying to figure out who the three “victims” with fake IDs are.

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I really should have forwarded this one on to Mason.

GBI investigating after 6-hour standoff in Warner Robins ends with suspect shot by police

Story by Hannah Jones, The Macon Telegraph
The GBI opened an investigation Tuesday after an hours-long standoff at a Warner Robins home ended with a suspect being shot by police.

The suspect, who had multiple warrants out for his arrest, was treated at a local hospital and taken into custody.

Around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, the U.S. Marshals Service Middle Georgia Fugitive Task Force went to a home on the 200 block of Somerset Drive to execute arrest warrants on the suspect, 32-year-old Renaldo Smith.

According to a statement from the GBI, task force officers made contact with Smith and he immediately barricaded himself inside the home.

Gunshots were heard inside the home and task force officers established a perimeter, calling the Warner Robins Police Department and Houston County Sheriff’s Office to assist.

Around 8:30 a.m., the Warner Robins Police Department sent out a statement telling people to avoid the area and encouraging those who live near the home to remain inside their residences.

For hours following, negotiators with the Warner Robins Police Department continued to communicate with Smith and tried to convince him to surrender.

After attempting to negotiate with Smith for about six hours, the Warner Robins Police Department SWAT team deployed tear gas at 1:43 p.m. and Smith began shooting toward officers from inside the home, according to the GBI.

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Po-Po are patient types, but even they will reach a point of diminishing returns. A hint this point has been passed is tear gas through the window. Links courtesy of our own Gun Bunny and UpNorth.

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Lucky that he wasn’t in Waco.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Clown World is now the New Entertainment.
Six people arrested over stealing and REstealing the same car?
You can’t make this stuff up.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Good gun, still too expensive.