Suspect in Estero Bass Pro tank dive taunts police on social media

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A Cape Coral man needed for questioning by the Lee County Sheriff’s Workplace within the case of a male who dove into the pure fishes tank at Bass Professional Store in Estero is now taunting them on social media.

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Authorities are looking for Daniel Armendariz, 27, who’s believed to be the one that jumped into the tank, based on a Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers Fb put up.

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A put up on the Fb group Florida Boyz Hunting and Fishing, purportedly from Armendariz, confessed him to be the diver and took concern with regulation enforcement pursuing him in a profanity-laced rant.

“XXXX XX im uninterested in you searching for me like im some most needed fugitive, over a bit tank dive????? Lol come on now.. Properly you recognize what bass professional ive breed fish since I used to be 9 years outdated you’ll be able to kiss my XXX concerning the $3000 decontamination XXXXXXXX. Yea i XXXXCC XX diving in however who doesnt wish to dive in that beautifull tank and who has been blasted this difficult and charged with felonies??? Since all you authorities wish to blast me like im some nasty legal and supply awards properly guess what………. Get to working much more as a result of I am going to flip myself in once I’m prepared, you guys have put me out to be a drug dealing , robbing, agrevated battering legal, however guess what i beat all these fees so thats unsuitable XX. Man it’s what it’s Smh you guys are pathetic XXX XX XXX XXXX XXXX”

A video accompanying the put up reveals a hand holding a beer and displaying a T-shirt with the Bass Professional Store brand on the entrance defaced by a graphic vulgar gesture and a snapshot of the tank dive on the again.

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The male making the bounce and seen on a cellphone digicam video posted to social media might face felony legal mischief fees. 

A report from the sheriff’s workplace stated the incident was reported to them on Might 11 however passed off shortly earlier than 5 p.m. Might 9.

The sheriff’s report stated Bass Professional firm officers informed them that decontaminating the aquarium would value about $3,000. A sheriff’s workplace spokesman stated that value would put the crime into felony territory.

Armendariz additionally can be charged with trespassing.

Anybody with info on the whereabouts of Armendariz is requested to name Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). All callers will stay nameless and could also be eligible for a money reward of as much as $3,000. Ideas may be made on-line at southwestfloridacrimestoppers.com or by submitting a tip on the P3Tips cell software.

The legal fees Armendariz talked about within the put up, theft and aggravated battery in 2011, battery in 2012, legal mischief in 2013, have been dropped. 

Nevertheless, Armendariz was discovered responsible of non-criminal fees and obtained jail time and fines in a number of instances from 2011 to 2018 together with possession of 4 American alligators, fishing or looking and not using a license, possessing undersized snook and fishing for snook and stone crab out-of-season.

Armendariz has been within the information earlier than on fishing issues.

In 2016, he and a buddy discovered a 500-pound Goliath grouper floating in a Cape Coral canal.

Armendariz, then 23, and Sam Harmon, 24, a former Lee County resident residing in Texas, discovered the 7.5-foot-long fish not removed from the Midpoint Bridge and the Caloosahatchee River.

They turned the lifeless fish over to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Fee. 

Join with breaking information reporter Michael Braun: MichaelBraunNP (Facebook)@MichaelBraunNP (Twitter) or mbraun@news-press.com.

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