Hurricane Dorian spurs Florida authorities to warn against looting, 2 niggers arrested for stealing sandbags

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Sep 4, 2019, 11:40:03 AM9/4/19
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Sand bags.

Niggers were stealing sand bags. Free sand bags being handed
out - and niggers have to steal.

As Hurricane Dorian churns "dangerously close" to Florida's east
coast and hundreds of thousands of people in the Sunshine State
face evacuation orders, authorities are warning they're out in
"full force" to deter potential criminal activity.

As of Tuesday morning, there already were three looting-related
arrests in Florida, including one involving two men who
allegedly were caught stealing sandbags from a construction site.

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 theft during a declared state of
emergency. Colombo was also charged for an injunction violation
for possessing a firearm.

"A Volusia Sheriff’s sergeant was driving southbound on Tomoka
Farms Road in Daytona Beach just before 5 p.m. Monday when he
noticed a red Chevrolet pickup with one man loading sandbags
into it and another acting as a lookout," the sheriff's office
stated. "The site was at the Tomoka Farms Road/Interstate 4
overpass."

More than 100,000 free sandbags have been distributed in Volusia
County in recent days in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian, not
including those distributed by many cities in Volusia County,
according to the sheriff's office.

"Sheriff Mike Chitwood has issued several warnings that enhanced
penalties are in effect during the state of emergency declared
in advance of the storm, and will be pursued against anyone
caught committing crimes during this period," the sheriff's
office said.

In the seaside town of Daytona Beach Shores, officials said a
man was arrested on Monday after he allegedly tried to break
into more than a dozen hotel rooms and condos ahead of Dorian's
arrival.

The Daytona Beach Shores police department said on Facebook that
32-year-old Jeremy Crouter was charged with battery on a law
enforcement officer, resisting arrest, burglary and possession
of methamphetamine.

Crouter was caught by a security officer at the Hawaiian Inn
jiggling the handles of the rooms, trying to get inside, FOX35
reported.

The 32-year-old then resisted arrest during the incident that
was captured on body camera video. He is now at the Volusia
County Branch Jail.

The Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety had a stern
warning to anyone else who may partake in any criminal activity
during the state of emergency.

"Daytona Beach Shores officers are out in FULL FORCE. We are in
a State of Emergency and under mandatory evacuation. ! DO NOT
COME HERE TO LOOT," the department said. "WE ARE NOT PLAYING
WITH YOU!"

In an interview on "Fox & Friends," Major Eric Flowers with the
Indian River County Sheriff's Office said that officers were out
patrolling "all night long" on evacuated barrier islands.

"If someone thinks they are going to commit a crime during this
state of emergency, they are wrong," Flowers said. "We will take
them to jail and they will spend the entire storm in our jail."

Flowers added that the judicial system is currently enforcing no
bond for those types of crimes during the state of emergency.

"We're definitely going to continue to enforce the law here," he
added.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/hurricane-dorian-florida-looting-
warning-police

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