32 Looters Arrested in Florida After Hurricane Irma, Let’s Make Them Famous!

Looters have made their appearance breaking into businesses and private residences during the storms to steal what they like to call “necessities.” Yeah, Nike shoes are definitely necessities.

At least 32 people have been arrested across Florida for trying to loot empty businesses and homes that have been evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Irma – 28 alone in Miami, according to local authorities.

Two people burst into an Orlando sporting store and allegedly stole guns, before facing off with SWAT in a standoff.

Shocking videos also emerged of gangs trying to break into stores and take advantage of deserted properties.

Police were called to the scene after witnesses reported a burglary at Academy Sports near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando, WESH reported.
Soon afterward, SWAT team officers arrived when it became clear the looters were allegedly trying to steal guns.

We can thank Florida Police for working through the hurricane in order to protect business and private residences alike.


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