Florida Robbers Captured After Call 911 for Help ‘moving Their Belongings’ Sheriff: After calling 911 to request assistance “moving their possessions” from a house that wasn’t theirs, law enforcement officers in Florida detained two alleged burglars.
Martin Gonzalez-Garcia, 23, and Ashializ Roldan-Oscasio, 22, allegedly committed a home invasion on December 29, 2022, when one of them dialed 911 to ask for assistance relocating some of their possessions. This is according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
According to deputies, the pair was looking for a spot to spend the night when they entered the house. According to an arrest document, Martin admitted under Miranda that he perpetrated the burglary at the Dollar General because he needed to buy things to sell for money.
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“Martin admitted that he knew his actions were wrong but needed the money. Martin claimed that even though he knew the house wasn’t his and didn’t have the authorization to be there, he had to enter to escape the cold.”
According to the sheriff’s office, Roldan-Oscasio informed deputies that she dialed 911 to request that police remove goods from the home that they had broken into.
The Polk Pokey, not the airport, was the destination, according to the sheriff’s office. “Deputies DID help them with their belongings, and DID provide them a ride,” the sheriff’s office claimed. “And they are permitted to stay there for the entire weekend.
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The Polk Pokey is still a lot superior to New York.” Gonzalez-Garcia is charged with burglary and theft in addition to burglary of a dwelling, while Roldan-Oscasio was charged with burglary of a residence.