Staff Sergeant Bruno J. Bego (Duval Country Sheriff's Office)
Upset that his estranged wife cheated on him, a U.S. Marine Corps recruiter from Camp Lejeune "wanted someone to burglarize" her home and steal her car, according to a four-page Duval County arrest warrant.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The driver of a dump truck stolen from a Palm Coast landscaping company tried to smash through the main gate at Mayport Naval Station Tuesday morning but was stopped cold by a steel barrier activated by U.S. Navy sentries, according to the Flagler County Sheriff's Office
Rodney Simeon, a former Alabama State University basketball player from Miami, is under arrest on a Flagler County warrant for auto theft and burglary as the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service investigate the incident. His bail was set at $25,000, according to his Jacksonville arrest report.
Although no possible motive was provided, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office said a ski mask and a gun were found inside the stolen truck, believed to belong to Simeon. The 24-year-old also was arrested June 3 on charges of destruction of evidence, suspended license, possession of marijuana and no car registration in Orange County, according to court records.
Pamela Cahanes was a 25-year-old U.S. Navy recruit at the Orlando Naval Training Center when she was beaten and strangled in 1984. Thomas Lewis Garner, a fellow Navy recruit, was arrested early Wednesday. (U.S Navy/Seminole County Sheriff's Office)
Pamela Cahanes was a 25-year-old U.S. Navy recruit at the Orlando Naval Training Center when she was beaten and strangled in 1984.
The cellphone video shows a baby dangling from a belt or scarf around his neck, eyes "bulging and watering" as he is held above a bed inside base housing at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, according to the Camden County Sheriff's Office arrest report.