A new video shows an Amazon driver in Central Florida being robbed at gunpoint right in his truck. The Orange County Sheriff says that two men who are now in jail have been in trouble with the law before.
Video shows the terrifying moments when a gun was put to the Amazon delivery driver’s neck and he was ambushed and robbed. Court documents say that one of the suspects took the driver’s phone, demanded the PIN number for his debit cards, and searched his pockets before taking several Amazon packages and driving away in a white van.
A person who saw the whole thing happen on January 13 near the Caden Apartments on Americana Boulevard told deputies that they were flagged down. Deputies said that detectives were able to find the Amazon driver’s stolen iPhone by using the “Find My iPhone” app, which matched the home address of one of the suspects.
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They were able to figure out who the suspects were because the dash cam video showed their tattoos. Deputies said that Joel Junior Aime, who was arrested on December 25 and was seen in a white Honda van, was one of the men. Arkimase Divinard, who had already been arrested, was later found to be the second suspect.
The sheriff’s office said that the video was “terrifying,” and FOX 35 showed it to the public. “Horrible thing to go through. I feel bad for the man who had to go through all of that. I’m glad the police caught those guys.” Someone else said, “I’m glad they were caught. Today, this is the way things are.” Between the two suspects, the sheriff’s office said, there are 85 felony charges and 11 convictions.
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