Three males have been arrested following an early morning excessive-velocity automotive chase and foot pursuit by Okay-9 police canine, in line with the Collier County Sheriff’s Workplace.
A report says the chase began round four:30 a.m. Sunday and reached speeds of one hundred mph alongside Collier Boulevard and different aspect streets in Golden Gate and Golden Gate Estates.
Osmil Tejeda Hernandez, of Miami, forty; Nicolas Benitez, of Miami, forty three; and Manuel Bermudez Viera, of Miami Gardens, 39, have been every charged with resisting arrest with out violence.
Hernandez, the driving force of a Ford F-one hundred fifty pickup, was additionally charged with fleeing or eluding a regulation enforcement officer in a marked unit with emergency gear activated.
The report does not specify what time the chase ended however says deputies tried to make use of cease sticks at Collier Boulevard and Golden Gate Parkway. Hernandez noticed the sticks being deployed, the report states, and turned quickly onto twenty fifth Avenue SW to keep away from them. He continued alongside that lifeless-finish street, became a driveway and drove into the woods, the place the three males jumped out of the car, the report says.
A fringe was arrange, Okay-9 canine and their handlers responded, and a Sheriff’s Workplace helicopter was dispatched. The Okay-9s discovered the suspects, and all three wanted to be transported and handled at a hospital for canine bites.
The report says deputies have been trying to cease the truck, which seemed to be unregistered, after they have been knowledgeable by the Lee County Sheriff’s Workplace that the lads have been concerned in a mobile retailer housebreaking in Lee County. An lively investigation is ongoing relating to that incident, and extra costs could also be filed towards the three, a Collier County Sheriff’s Workplace spokeswoman stated.
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