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Florida dog hostage breeder breaks traffic rules to get police attention

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driver of walking green bmw back to car with three of his passengers after stopping last a week in Florida when he put his hand behind his back and made with fingers gun gesture. He tried to get attention of sheriff’s deputies who pulled it out over for over speed, later he told the officers. He was in danger.

The deputy noticed sign and called the man over. the speed limit was on goal, driver told the officer that the passengers were holding him hostage, and that was his first chance get help.

“The deputies searched vehicle as well as found weapons, knives and a large number of cash”, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office said. in Facebook post.

Arrest reports say three passengers robbed the victim. who this is dog breeder, and forced him at gunpoint drive to get puppies in Fort Lauderdale.

men — Tzdekiel Sellers, 22; Benyakhvin Radcliffe, 25; and Kashawea Bragdon, 22. were arrested and face multiple charges including kidnapping, aggravated assault and unlicensed carrying of firearms, according to court records. They are being held in According to court records, they don’t yet have lawyers at the Martin County Jail.

Radcliffe and Sellers first interacted with victim in his Port Saint Lucie home on On June 14, according to a report from the Port St. Lucie Police Department, which assisted with investigation. After Bragdon threw them off, the couple tried to break into the victim’s house but the injured”developed trick to get them outhe told the officers. After the incident, he did not contact law enforcement agencies.

The trio supposedly returned the next day around 2:30 pm. The victim told police that he heard a “loud knock”. noiseand then saw the pen of his back Door on in floor. Sellers, who from Atlanta, and Radcliffe, who from Buffalo, allegedly broke in and were armed. They “started searching the house” arrest report says filling items into several duffel bags, including $10,000 in cash, and asked the victim about the dogs he bred.

Telling them his aunt had dogs house in Fort Lauderdale, Sellers and Radcliffe at gunpoint drove the victim into his car and instructed him to driveReport says. bragdon, who hails from Tallahassee and allegedly drove two other suspects to the victim’s home. house told the police that he was following them in his car.

After several stops, all three suspects entered the victim’s cabin. car and allegedly instructed him drive to Fort Lauderdale to pick up the puppies. Exactly then dog the breeder came up with his plan, report says.

Knowing that officers often patrol one or another overpass on Interstate 95 in Martin County, the victim decided that drive 15 miles over in speed limited to catch their attention, he told the officers. The deputy sheriff pulled them out over around 20:40 and said men get out of the BMW when another deputy has bypassed car with K-9. After that, the officers handed the victim a written warning and said that he and his passengers can go, report says.

Then the victim flashed his hand signal- said the deputy.

“He said that the occupiers of in car kept him against his will for a few days and [he] couldn’t call 911,” the message says. says, adding that the victim told them that “several firearms were hidden”. in in car and that he was afraid that three other males use them against his.”

The deputies searched the BMW and found guns in in back seat armrest and glove box and a steak knife in pocket of Radcliffe sweatshirt, according to arrest report. When questioned by deputies, Radcliffe allegedly said that men knew each other because they were part of of a group called the Israelis and said they went to Florida to meet women.

Bragdon told police that he “never had a firearm at the time of the incident.” says. Law enforcement noted that the suspect “was very cooperative during the investigation, wrote a statement of apology to the victim and allowed [sheriff’s] office to download data on his cell device on of his own free will.”

The records do not indicate when Bragdon, Radcliffe and Sellers are due to appear. back in court. The seller’s bond was set – $2.55 million, Radcliffe $2.2 million and Bragdon $700,000, county deputy sheriff. jail told The Washington Post.

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
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