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Indian River release helicopter footage of 3 suspects in a stolen BMW SUV trying to escape deputies

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Three young men from Fort Lauderdale were arrested after deputies said they stole a car. The incident was caught on camera.

The Indian River County Sheriff's Office (IRCSO) said on November 28, a stolen BMW SUV was detected by license plate recognition (LPR) cameras driving on State Road 60, from the I-95 interchange. Deputies in the area received an instant notification of the stolen vehicle and headed to the area.

The sheriff's office said its helicopter was also patrolling the area and quickly located the stolen SUV on the back parking lot of Nino's Corner at the intersection of 43rd Avenue and State Road 60. As the helicopter pilot was watching the stolen vehicle, he saw two people get out of the SUV and try to enter two parked vehicles nearby.

However, in a matter of seconds, multiple deputies arrived on the scene and arrested all of the suspects.

The sheriff's office said 18-year-old Uriber Gonzalez-Lopez from Fort Lauderdale was arrested and charged with Grand Theft Auto, travel to commit a felony outside county of residence, auto burglary, and resisting arrest without violence. His bond was set at $185,000. Twenty-year-old Jack Darlington was arrested and charged with Grand Theft Auto, travel to commit a felony outside county of residence, and auto burglary. Darlington's bail was set at $150,000.

A 17-year-old boy was also arrested, the sheriff's office said. The minor was charged with Grand Theft Auto, fled/elude, travel to commit a felony outside county of residence, auto burglary, and resisting arrest without violence.

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Dec-7-2023
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