‘Big Problem!’ Suspect Arrested For Attempting to Escape in Police Vehicle During Homestead Crash Investigation

'Big Problem!' Suspect Arrested For Attempting to Escape in Police Vehicle During Homestead Crash Investigation

HOMESTEAD, Florida – While investigating a rollover car crash near Northeast Eighth Street and North Homestead Boulevard on Monday, Homestead Police officers encountered an unforeseen event.

Officers observed a suspect—later identified as Johnny Lott—disturbing objects connected to the inquiry while it was still underway. Lott was told to leave the area by an officer in charge of directing and stopping traffic, but instead of following orders, authorities claim Lott got into a marked police car and made an attempt to escape the scene.

Lott lost control of the police vehicle and collided with the JD Redd Park barrier in his effort to flee. Then Lott opens the door and starts to flee, but he is stopped by kind strangers before he can get too far. Eduardo Martinez, a witness, saw what was going on as he was finishing up baseball practice.

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“I was loading my trunk with my bag.” The tires began to squeal, too. Our eyes dart upward. Car smashes straight through this fence. A random person hops the fence as the door opens. Swift: In my entire life, I have never witnessed someone jump a fence so quickly. then bolts. The person who tackled him down was my teammate’s father, Martinez claimed.

'Big Problem!' Suspect Arrested For Attempting to Escape in Police Vehicle During Homestead Crash Investigation (1)

footage from social media pages The time the Somerset School boy and his father tackled Lott and held him down until the arrival of police officers is only depicted in Dade and Truehomestead.

According to Martinez, the people in his village are heroes.

Martinez exclaimed, “Come on, we’re heroes out here. Come on.”

The father and son team who defeated Lott made the squad’s coaches pleased.

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Lott is currently facing numerous accusations, including two counts of peacefully resisting arrest, grand theft of a motor vehicle, grand theft of law enforcement equipment, and impersonating a police officer. Along with yet another instance of criminal mischief.

Lott showed up before Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Mindy S. Glazer on Tuesday morning, and $38,000 was set as his bond.

Prosecutors stated in court that Lott had written “Hazard” on the interior of the holding cell and etched inscriptions on the jail vehicle.

Records indicate. After being detained for burglary with assault in February of last year, Lott was released from prison.

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