Florida man March 18 is full of surprises,. If this is your birthday keep reading to find out what Florida man was up to on your big day.
Florida Man March 18, 2021 – Pancake Surprise!
BROOKSVILLE, Fla.: A Florida man is accused of entering a woman’s house and throwing a pancake she was making on her face.
On March 18 Florida man named Duane Zimmerman was drunk and walked onto a porch where a woman was making some pancakes.
He started insulting her and threw the pancakes first, followed by the entire bowl of pancake batter.
Hernando County Sheriff Deputies confirmed that the woman has traces of flour and dough in her hair and clothes upon investigation.
Zimmerman was arrested and taken into custody.
Florida Man March 18, 2021 – Caught Attacking an Officer in Capitol Riots
According to the Department of Justice, a Florida man allegedly attacked an officer with a fire extinguisher during the Capitol riot.
Pinellas County man, 53-year-old Robert Palmer from Largo, was caught on camera.
According to prosecutors, he threw a wooden plank and sprayed a fire extinguisher before throwing it at the officers.
Palmer was arrested by the FBI last January 6, and investigators stated that he had his hearing in US District, but he was released on bond.
A photo was posted on the internet showing Palmer in the riot holding the fire extinguisher he used for the alleged attack.
Florida Man March 18, 2020 – Same Mistake Twice, Impersonating an Officer
BUNNELL, Fla. – On March 18, A Florida man was arrested for the second time for the same crime, impersonating an officer.
This is because on-duty officers are free of charge to cross the toll, according to the officials.
LeRoy Stotelmyer, 60, wanted to avoid paying a toll amounting to $2. So he flashed a badge to the attendant, and it was caught on video.
The attendant later showed it to the Flagler County Sheriff, who posted it on Facebook.
After flashing the badge, the attendant showed him an article about a man who was caught impersonating an officer.
The photo in the article was a clear picture of Stotelmyer’s face. He then put away the badge and paid the amount of $2.
Sheriff Rick Staly stated, “This guy clearly has not learned his lesson and has no respect for the law. Two days after his release and he is already up to his old tricks. We know already that he thinks he can get out of shoplifting and paying tolls with a fake badge”.
Records have shown that Stotelmyer has been arrested twice for the same offense in only three days.
He has now been charged with felony violation of his pre-trial release and, again, impersonating an officer. He is currently being held with no bond.
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