This kid I can somewhat sympathize with. According to the police reports, he allegedly shot someone and commited an attempted robbery. He made a plea deal to do 10 years, then skipped his sentencing date. One thing I can always understand is being scared of prison. I can respect that answer.. It’s the “I didnt know about my court date” excuse that I hate the most.
Anyways, I worked alot with detectives to get some leads on him. Through some tips I narrowed down his location to a group of apartments. I set up and watched them for a few hours. Suddenly I saw the defendent step outside. I ran around the corner and into a group of about 7 guys. Screaming and yelling managed to stun everyone and the fugitive was quickly cuffed and taken away.
I stopped and gave him a last meal and cigarrette. While he was in the county jail awaiting to go to prison he would recommend other inmates to use my services for a bailbond. Total bond recovered was $50,000.
This is the sequel to “Not a Wise Decision to Run”.
Again, I recieved a tip from the C.I. that helped me before. So my partner and I surrounded the house. Some occupants came out and claimed he was not in there. I told them the police are on their way and WHEN we go inside and arrest him everyone at the house is going to jail also. The occupants QUICKLY jumped in a car and drove away… lol.
The owner of the house called me and insisted I not break her door down to get inside. She claimed the fugitive was not inside. I put her on speakerphone as I took a sledgehammer to her front door. The frame and all was busted off after that.
After a search of the house the suspect was found hiding in the closet just like his brother. Total bond recovered was $17,000.
Ok.. Basically I recieved a tip from a C.I. as to where the fugitive was. I rounded up four deputies and we walked up to the apartment. I went to knock and they didnt have the door shut the whole way. So when I hit the door it swung open and there, in a pot smoke filled room was about 10-15 guys playing poker and smoking blunts. Everyone, and I mean EVERYONE ran or jumped out a window.
My fugitive was unable to run out the door and went and barricaded himself in a closet. He quickly surrendered. In the meantime, the entire neighborhood started to riot. Bricks and rocks began being thrown at the police cruisers. We quickly loaded up the fugitive and took off. Total bond recovered was $25,000.
A few weeks later his brother was also apprehend by me (see story “open the door please“)
Now for one of my more bizarre ones. This guy was wanted on charges of grave robbing and grand theft. He actually showed up at court and found out he was going to be arrested for another charge. He decided to go to the bathroom then excuse himself from the courthouse all together!!
I really had to pull some teeth to get any kind of lead. Finally someone gave me a license plate number to someone he was riding around with. I ran the plate and set up at the owner’s address. I called local police and we approached the house. I knocked on the sliding glass door and the suspect looked out then ran and jumped out a side window.
We all watched him get a good 50-75 yards ahead of us. Unfortunetly for the suspect we had a K-9 with us. The dog eventually caught the suspect and began eating. The suspect recieved approx. 40 stitches from the bite. Total bond recovered was $10,000.
I couldnt even make up this story if I tried. This fugitive was a former police officer who allegedly shot into a mobile home of someone who allegedly ripped her off. After the second night of having 6 bullets come into her mobile home, the owner set up a camera. The suspect was captured on video the third time she went out there.
She’s facing 6 counts of attempted 2nd degree murder. She was working at a lingerie modeling shop after she bonded out of jail. Her now ex-husband wanted her bond revoked as he feared for his and his familys’ life. He seemed convinced she was going to hire someone to do something to members of his family.
So I snuck in through the backdoor of the shady lingerie modeling store and attempted to arrest her. She had a pair of scissors in her hand and didnt put them down till I threatened to Tazer her. She then put the scissors down and was arrested.
She later bonded out through someone else and is currently a fugitve from justice. I strongly believe she’s in Mexico. Fortunetly she’s not my problem anymore. Total bond recovered was $115,000.
Well this one was harder to locate then most. Him and his girlfriend were hopping hotels and there are hundreds of hotels in this area. I passed out photos to tons of hotels and told them to check him in then call me. One of the clerks did just that.
I went to the hotel room and knocked.. He answered and I told him he was under arrest. He then started to fight and managed to get away for a second. He then ran straight towards the window and dove head first from 3 stories up. I quickly ran down the stairs and right before I could grab him he dove into a lake and swam away.
I didnt feel like swimming with gators that night so I let him go. Two days later I caught up with the fugitive and arrested him. He had suffered a broken ankle in the fall. Total bond recovered was $45,000.
One day on my way to martial arts practice I decided to drive through some back streets to look for a guy that skipped out on $104,000 bond. I knew the neighborhood he was hanging out in. So as I was driving through I see him standing in a drive way with a few people. I pull up.. (I was in sandals and shorts with no handcuffs as I was on my way to martial arts)
I tell him he’s under arrest and attempt to take him to my car. He then swings at me and runs down the road. I duck and chase him in bare feet and catch him as he’s running through a yard. I tackle him and we both fall in a group of cacti. I then proceed to wrap him up and call the police.
In the meantime, his friends come over and start surrounding me. They ball up their fists and tell me to let him go. Im not letting go of $104,000. The police get there FAST and he’s arrested. Later on, the medics had to pick a mess of cactus needles out of my right side from shoulder to ankle. It burned for days..
In this case I had no weapons, no cuffs, no backup immediately available until I called for them, and no SHOES. I managed to keep a cool head and it worked out well.
This guy here while out on a $10,000 bond shot someone twice in the back, twice in the head and once in the arm. The victim managed to somehow survive. SWAT had raided his home 3 times and detectives could not locate him.
I managed to pull some sources and discovered there was a family reunion going down in Irving, Texas. So with the help of local authorities the suspect was arrested at the family reunion with a name tag on and all!!
He was extradited to Florida and later convicted of attempted 1st degree murder and sentenced to a mandatory 20 years.
Well I’m finally back from my day of hell. I recieved notice at 2 p.m. that I would be flying out to Kansas City, MO at 6 p.m. So I finally get to freezin ass cold Missouri and find my way to the hotel where the fugitive supposedly was staying. About 2:30 a.m., I called local police to assist.
While we were all standing in the lobby, a taxi pulls up outside and the fugitive steps out. He was quickly arrested and EXTREMELY DRUNK! He argued and cussed at the police to the point where he was almost arrested by them.
Somehow I ended up getting us to the airport and check in with airport police. The fugitive then lit a cigarette INSIDE the terminals and was quickly slammed against the wall by police. He was then arrested by airport police. I pleaded my case and they released him to me and boarded us on the plane. The idiot made numerous outbursts on the plane and just about got choked out!!
Finally the plane landed in Tampa and he was taken to the Citrus County jail and booked. Total bond recoverd was $10,000.