Martin County, FL Sheriff Deputy has to undergo Surgery after Nabbing an Armed Robbery Subject (the surgery was performed by a Veterinarian and the Deputy is a K-9)
Meet Martin County , Florida Sheriff’s Deputy “Falco”. That’s him below…
Deputy Falco was aggressively involved in the manhunt / search for a trio of brazen Stuart, Florida armed robbery subjects who had committed their heist at the “Stuart Discount Beverage” liquor store in broad daylight at about 1:00 pm on Friday, June 26th, 2015. Per reports two (2) men with t-shirts over their faces entered and held-up the liquor store, one (1) brandishing a firearm, while a third stayed in the car. The store’s owner, 34 y/o Dean Ibrahim said that: “They told a couple of people to get on the ground, but the customers were on the floor right away”, and Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said that: “It was a very aggressive robbery. The manner in the way they displayed their firearms, they meant business.”
The two (2) invaders fled out of the store’s back door and got away in the car which was being driven by the third co-conspirator. With little to go on Deputies took to both the air and the ground to find them, and find them they did. Two (2) of the men were discovered about thirty (30) minutes after the robbery hiding in a nearby wooded area and the third was found approximately fifteen (15) minutes after that hiding in a Stuart area house.
Unfortunately during the search in the woods Deputy Falco ate one of the suspect’s caps, which was reportedly made out of a stocking. Deputy Falco was taken to Monterey Animal Hospital where a veterinarian removed the cap from the K-9’s stomach.
While it is unknown precisely who’s “skully” wound up in Deputy Falco’s belly the trio were later identified as 29 y/o Jacobie DuMar McIntyre, 25 y/o Dante Harris and 22 y/o Alonzo Colema, all are pictured below.
In Florida when a crime is committed all knowing participants, regardless of their level of participation, are held equally accountable for the consequences of their crime. This is called “the principal theory” (you can read the statute here and it’s precise language is printed below).
777.011 Principal in first degree.—Whoever commits any criminal offense against the state, whether felony or misdemeanor, or aids, abets, counsels, hires, or otherwise procures such offense to be committed, and such offense is committed or is attempted to be committed, is a principal in the first degree and may be charged, convicted, and punished as such, whether he or she is or is not actually or constructively present at the commission of such offense.
In this case all three of these knuckleheads are going to be charged with armed robbery, which is a 1st degree felony that is punishable by life in prison (again, per Florida law the get-away-driver is just as equally responsible for the armed robbery as is the guy with the gun), as well as aggravated assault (which is the least of their problems as in FL “life” means “life” in prison). What is curious is whether or not any of them will be charged with some sort of battery or reckless endangerment against a LEO (law enforcement officer), as Deputy Falco is, in fact, a sworn LEO.
Memo to Deputy Falco: Get well soon and thank you for your service!
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