Florida homeowner shoots and kills two ‘extremely violent’ burglars and injures another after they broke into his house during the night

 

  • Two suspects, 21-year-old Luis Casado and 21-year-old Khyle Durham, were killed as they broke into a home near Tampa, Florida
  • A third suspect managed to survive after the homeowner’s gun suddenly jammed 
  • Suspect Jeremiah Trammel, 19, will face second-degree murder charges because he was committing a felony in which two people died
  • Casado and Durham were revealed to have violent criminal pasts
  • Trammel ran from the home during a break in the shooting but was stopped by another neighbor with a gun and held until the police arrived

A teenager is facing charges for a would-be armed home invasion robbery in Floridain which his two accomplices were shot and killed and he was wounded.

Jeremiah Trammel, 19, was shot after his accomplices, Luis Casado, 21, and Khyle Durham, 21, had already been shot dead during the alleged break-in.

The person who shot the two men was the homeowner who was using a gun to defend himself in Wesley Chapel, near Tampa.

The two intruders who were shot and killed by a Wesley Chapel homeowner were identified by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office as Luis Casado, left, and Khyle Durham, both 21.

 

Casado and Durham were shot dead as they were walking along a narrow hallway towards the owner of the house.

Both had their faces covered with black masks and had guns drawn according to Fox35.

According to Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco, Trammel was then able to make a quick escape from the home after the homeowner’s gun suddenly jammed allowing for a pause in the shooting.

Trammel was caught by a next door neighbor who also had a gun and held him on the spot until the police arrived.

He was taken to hospital where he was treated for a gunshot wound.

Casado and Durham were ‘extremely violent’ criminals, according to Sheriff Nocco, while Trammel had a previous arrest for other charges.

‘The victim in this case was exercising his Second Amendment right to protect himself in his home,’ Nocco said.

The homeowner who was alone at the time and playing video games realized something was amiss after hearing glass smash.

30666728-8514275-image-a-44_1594533045719Casado and Durham were ‘extremely violent’ criminals, according to Sheriff Nocco, while Trammel had a previous arrest for other charges. Durham is pictured here

30666724-8514275-image-a-45_1594533051366Further investigation revealed Trammel, Casado and Durham knew the homeowner personally and he knew them, although no more details were revealed. Casado is pictured here 

He grabbed his gun and went to investigate.

The sheriff believes that the owner may have been targeted because he had recently posted pictures of a large gun collection he owned on social media.

Further investigation revealed Trammel, Casado and Durham knew the homeowner personally and he knew them, although no more details were revealed.

Trammel has been charged with home invasion robbery but also faces the murder charges for the deaths of Casado and Durham.

 

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Investigation: Former Atlantic High football coach sexted students, made racist comments to players

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The former head football coach at Atlantic High School lost his teaching license after investigations revealed he sexted a female student at the school, made racist statements to players and used profanity.

 

A former head football coach at Atlantic High School was accused of sexting 15-year-old female students and making racist comments to football players at the Port Orange school in late 2017, recently released investigative reports show.

The allegations resulted in the permanent loss of his teaching license in Florida.

Kendall Bradley denied all the allegations against him and said he did not know they existed.

“During my time at Atlantic, my only focus was to be a positive influence on the students, players, and community,” he said in a statement to The News-Journal this week. “At no point did I communicate or interact inappropriately with any student. Nor was I discriminatory or out of line in my communication with student athletes.”

Public records obtained by The News-Journal outlined a series of complaints that plagued Bradley’s tenure with Volusia County Schools.

Investigative reports from the Volusia County school district, the Port Orange Police Department and the Florida Department of Education show that Bradley lost his job as coach after accusations surfaced that he made racist statements to students.

But after that, he was allowed to substitute teach in the district. And during his time as a substitute more allegations surfaced that Bradley had sent sexual text messages to female students.

Bradley was substitute teaching in Volusia County schools for about a month after law enforcement officers were notified of the sexual text messages, records show.

Port Orange Police spokesman Officer Evan Doyle said officers made contact with the school, but because the incident occurred two years ago, he could not say when.

A police report about the incident does not state that the officers contacted the school district, and there is a gap in the narrative between December 2017 and February 2018. District officials did not remove Bradley from student contact until Feb. 5, 2018, when the father of one of the students notified Atlantic High school officials about the allegations.

No criminal charges were filed against Bradley. The ex-coach’s teaching license was permanently revoked in December 2019.

Throughout the ordeal, Bradley did not speak about the allegations to district investigators and was not contacted by law enforcement. He told state officials he did not wish to contest the charges made against him, the records show.

Bradley started coaching the Atlantic High football team in 2017, and when school started he also taught physical education. He was fired in November 2017.

At the time, Bradley told The News-Journal that he was fired without cause. But district investigators received complaints that he had used inappropriate language in front of students, including derogatory racial statements. The complaints were recorded in his professional standards file. It was the second time he had been warned about using inappropriate language in front of students. Before those complaints were fully investigated, he was released from employment for failing to complete the one-year probationary period of his employment.

Players and their family members complained to the school that Bradley told them to “stop acting black,” read their grades out loud in front of their teammates to embarrass them, and used profanity. During that football season, Atlantic High lost every game it played.

When he was fired, district records show Bradley was disqualified from future employment with Volusia County Schools. But two weeks later, his professional standards file was updated with another memo that declared he was eligible to interview for vacant positions within the schools. That was Dec. 12, 2017.

By Feb. 5, 2018, Bradley was removed from student contact again after a father told officials that Bradley, 31 at the time, had been soliciting sex from two 15-year-old students, an internal report from the school district states.

The inappropriate text exchanges happened on Dec. 3, 2017, the police report stated — less than a week after Bradley lost his coaching job. Copies of the texts between the students and the phone number the school district had on file as belonging to Bradley were included in the district records. In them, he allegedly requested that students meet with him in person, encouraged them to participate in group sex with him and other women, and solicited nude photos of the students.

The Port Orange Police Department was notified of the texts on Dec. 16, 2017. One of the students told an officer that Bradley sent her a nude photo of himself on Snapchat, an app where messages and photos disappear, the police report states.

Officers did not contact Bradley at the time, and did not have evidence of any nude photos being sent, according to the report. They notified the student’s father that if the family wished to pursue criminal charges, he would have to provide a tablet for evidence, but officers did not receive the iPad after multiple reminders. The case was closed due to the uncooperative reporting party, and the report stated it would be reopened if evidence was provided.

Doyle from the Port Orange Police Department said the department could not prosecute without the iPad, without finding evidence of a crime, and without the victim’s parents’ intent to prosecute.

It is also unclear if officers contacted school officials upon hearing the allegations against Bradley. Doyle also said officers believed Bradley had been terminated from his position in the schools, and because of the lack of evidence could not determine if there was probable cause.

The police report was updated in February 2018 to explain that Bradley had been substitute teaching at Spruce Creek High School, and documentation from the school district stated he was removed from student contact on Feb. 5, 2018, after the student’s father notified the Atlantic High School principal of the inappropriate sexual text messages.

At that time, records from the school district stated that Bradley told school officials he did not want to continue working in the district, and that he did not want to address the allegations against him.

The school district closed its investigation and forwarded the information it had obtained to the Florida Department of Education. Bradley did not contest the charges and surrendered his Florida teaching certificate for permanent revocation, which occurred on Dec. 13, 2019.

“As I have just been informed, information that I had no knowledge of, and is not correct, was filed and made public,” Bradley said to The News-Journal. “I have never been approached with, or asked about these situations personally, nor was I made aware that they had been issued when they were.”

 

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Police: Drunk man breaks into home, cooks meal, tells homeowner to ‘go back to sleep’

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– A Dunedin man was arrested after cooking and eating food inside a stranger’s home, deputies said.

Pinellas County investigators said 19-year-old Gavin Crim, a Marine, broke into a Safety Harbor home in the 2400 block of Huntington Boulevard. The burglary occurred just after 4 a.m. Tuesday, while the victim was home.

Deputies said Crim entered the home through an unlocked rear door, and began cooking, then eating, the victim’s food. The victim confronted Crim, who told the victim to, “go back to sleep,” officials said.

When the victim told Crim he was calling 911, Crim ran away from the home, deputies said.

Deputies said they found Crim behind the home, hiding in a wooded and swampy area. During an interview, they said he admitted to breaking into the home. His arrest report states he was under the influence of alcohol.

Crim was arrested on a burglary charge.

Marijuana left in washing machine causes fight in Florida

Ashley Perkins, 30. (Credit: Santa Rosa County Jail)

 

Marijuana left in washing machine causes fight in Florida

Florida authorities say a Louisiana woman beat her wife with a bedpost, apparently upset her spouse put their marijuana through a washing machine.

The Pensacola News Journal reports that 30-year-old Ashley Perkins of Youngsville, Louisiana, was released from jail Thursday after being charged with aggravated battery.

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office said Perkins and her wife were arguing over missing marijuana when the fight escalated. Investigators say Perkins began hitting her wife with a bedpost around her head, legs and left arm.

Perkins told investigators her wife beat herself with the bedpost. Jail records didn’t list a lawyer or contact information for Perkins.

The couple was in the area visiting relatives.

 

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Man slaps sleeping girlfriend with a cheeseburger, sheriff says

cdc313e3-afb7-4c9c-82b0-c362aa14829b-large16x9_KyleJones_webKyle Jones, 30, is accused of hitting his sleeping girlfriend with a cheeseburger. (Martin County Sheriff’s Office)

 

STUART, Fla. (CBS12) – A man is accused of slapping his sleeping girlfriend with a cheeseburger in Martin County.

The sheriff’s office wrote on Facebook that Kyle Jamison Jones, 30, “wanted it his way,” but when it didn’t happen, things went south.

Deputies said Jones bopped his girlfriend in the face with a cheeseburger while she slept. Once she woke up, she said he continued to hit her with the cheeseburger, pull her hair and kick her down the stairs.

When deputies arrived, they found the girlfriend covered in food particles.

Jones has been charged with battery.

 

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Bat-wielding trio of naked women spark police chase in Florida

Jeniyah Mcleod (left) and Oasis Mcleod.       Cecilia Young

Three naked teenage women led Florida police on a wild car chase that ended with them tased and in cuffs after they allegedly tried to attack the officers with their vehicle and a metal bat, according to report.

The revealing incident occurred after Florida Highway Patrol troopers received a call about three women in the buff at a rest stop on northbound Interstate 75 around 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, CBS affiliate WTSP reported.

“There’s three women standing in the nude putting on suntan lotion,” a trooper can be heard radioing to a dispatcher, according to the news outlet.

When the trooper confronted the women — identified as Oasis Mcleod, 18, Jeniyah Mcleod, 19, and Cecilia Young, 19 — they said they were simply “air drying” after showering before they hopped back into their white 2009 Nissan Sentra and drove off.

The trooper initially pursued the vehicle on the highway, but backed off because the chase did not fit Florida Highway Patrol protocol, the news site reported.

Shortly after, police went after the Nissan when another motorist called cops to report a “reckless vehicle” on the road.

Authorities then tracked down the Sentra, which they found parked and empty at a convenience store parking lot at State Road 52 and Curley Road in Pasco County.

As a trooper tried to take one of the women into custody as she exited the store, another of the women attempted to drive the car at the trooper, police said.

Then another woman emerged from the vehicle with a metal bat and tried to strike the trooper after he jumped out of the way of the moving vehicle.

An officer in a patrol car purposely crashed into the suspects’ vehicle before all three women managed to flee in their vehicle.

The Dade City Police Department also responded to the chase and used spike strips to deflate the Sentra’s tires.

While in the car, the brazen women interlocked arms in an attempt to avoid arrest after authorities smashed the windows of the vehicle.

Cops used a Taser on the women before they were taken into custody and booked at the Pasco County Jail, authorities said.

They face charges of fleeing to elude, three counts of resisting arrest, two counts of aggravated assault and three counts of lewd behavior, according to WTSP.

Several troopers suffered minor injuries in the fiasco.

 

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Woman allegedly shoots husband in head for speaking to her in the wrong tone of voice!

Lawanda Brown, 57, was arrested for attempted murder, the sheriff’s office said. (Nassau County Sheriff’s Office)

FLORIDA — What started out as a simple Google search together, led to a violent act, according to the New York Post.

58-year-old Tony Brown was found in a pool full of blood after his 57-year-old wife, Lawanda Brown, allegedly shot him in the head.

According to the New York Post, the two were working on a project for their consulting agency, when things suddenly took a turn for the worse.

Lawanda said she didn’t like the tone of voice Tony was using towards her when she asked him to search Google for a project template. She told investigators that the last thing she remembered was her husband walking out of the room.

Shortly after, she said her memory then became “a blur.”

Tony was airlifted to the hospital where he is in critical condition. Lawanda was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, according to the New York Post.

She is being held on a $500,000 bail.

According to the New York Post, Tony was nominated in 2001 by President George W. Bush for a position in the US Treasury Department.

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Mom stabbed her son after he refused to buy crack for her: cops

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A Florida woman stabbed her son because he wouldn’t buy her harder drugs than the alcohol she was drinking, police said.

Debra Denise Warren, 58, of Gainesville, stabbed her son in the forearm with a kitchen knife after he refused her request to buy her crack cocaine, according to a police report obtained by the Gainesville Sun.

Warren tried to stab her son again, but he managed to get the knife away from his mother and then waited outside their home for cops to arrive, WCJB reports.

When police responded, Warren said she was afraid of her son, claiming he had slapped her earlier. But police found no evidence to back up her claims. Warren also accused her son and a witness of lying, according to the police report.

Warren was arrested early Friday on charges of aggravated battery. She remains in custody at the Alachua County Jail on $50,000 bail, jail records show.

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When She “Cut Them Off” On The Highway, She Didn’t Expect Them To Bring Out Baseball Bats (VIDEO)

If you are a driver, then there is a good chance you’ve experienced a bout of road rage at one time or another. It often happens as a result of someone cutting you off unexpectedly or when someone makes a poor driving decision as a result of being distracted and not paying attention to their surroundings.

Whatever the case, fights amongst drivers is more common than it should be and it proves that there is a whole lot of anger in this world.

After 26-year-old Mikaela Barboza cut off a woman while driving on US route 441 in Florida, she was beaten in a parking lot moments later. Evidently, after Barboza cut one of the women off, the sister of the women happened to be in another vehicle and the two ganged up on her. Barboza was scared for her life so she pulled over into a nearby parking lot, but the women followed and blocked her into the spot.

It started out with Barboza filming the other two women as they approached her with baseball bats. At first, she is yelling that she is not scared as the first woman approaches her, and then a second woman armed with a baseball bat approaches from the other side of the parking lot. They immediately start beating her with the bat. Prior to the beating, Barboza can be heard telling them that she has a child in the car, but they obviously don’t care, as they aggressively take her out with the bat. While it’s hard to make out the rest of the exchange, the two suspects can be heard accusing Barboza of “talking about black people.”

“We were kind of wrestling and the other sister with the other bat came over and started beating me over the head,” Barboza said.

Evidently, Barboza had another passenger in the car who managed to film the entire event, capturing the brutal beating inflicted by the other two female drivers, which ended in Barboza having a broken nose and seven staples and stitches in her head.

Following the incident, Barboza took it to social media and posted the video of herself being beaten alongside the following caption…

“This was because I cut them off. Then they made it about race after they beat me with two bats. Anybody who knows me KNOWS I don’t have a racist bone in my body.”

Probably the saddest part of the entire incident is the fact that you can hear Barboza’s young child crying and screaming in the car as the women are beating her. And there is a young boy that can be seen in the suspect’s vehicle, watching on as his mother is beating another woman. This is a clear cut reason why violence causes a rippling effect in society and wrecks havoc on families. The little boy in the car is going to be marked by this incident and there is a good chance that he too will use physical violence as a way of “solving problems.”

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Florida woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day!

‘It must have flown through the window and into my purse,’ Kennecia Wells says.

FORT PIERCE, Fla. – A Florida woman who was arrested last month on drug possession charges blamed the cocaine found in her purse on the wind.

Kennecia Posey, 26, was one of two passengers in a car that was swerving in the roadway when it was stopped by Fort Pierce police March 21.

According to the police report, an officer approached the car and smelled an odor of marijuana coming from inside.

During a search of the car, the officer found cocaine and marijuana in separate bags inside a purse that Posey had on her lap.

When questioned about the drugs, Posey admitted that the marijuana was hers, police said. The cocaine was a different story.

“I don’t know anything about any cocaine,” Posey said, according to the report. “It’s a windy day. It must have flown through the window and into my purse.”

Posey was booked into the county jail on one felony count of cocaine possession and a misdemeanor count of marijuana possession. She was later released on bond.

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