Florida Man Tries to Rob Spring Breakers, Gets Beat Up Instead
The man who tried to rob some spring breakers at a gas station probably didn’t expect to get laid out by them.
A man who tried to rob some spring breakers at a gas station probably didn’t expect to get laid out by them.
Four young men were fueling up at a Mobil gas station in Oakland Park, Florida, early Sunday morning when a man pointing a gun ran up to them, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
In video shared by the sheriff’s department, the suspect is seen darting from behind his vehicle with what looks like a T-shirt on his head. The suspect approaches the men, but then something unexpected happens: They fight back.
One of them pushes the suspect and tries to grab the weapon. At that point, three of the four men get into a brawl with the suspect and an apparent accomplice, who tries to help the suspect.
One of the men eventually wrestles the gun away from the perpetrators, finally ending the ordeal.
The South Florida Sun Sentinel identifies the victims as two sets of brothers — Aric Wisbey, 21, and Alex Wisbey, 23, and brothers Jacob Tanoos, 27, and Alec Tanoos, 21.
About an hour later, police arrested 33-year-old Kevin Campbell, who they say drove the vehicle and is the alleged accomplice seen in the video.
They are still searching for the gunman. Authorities are offering a $3,000 reward.
If you have any information, contact the sheriff’s department at 954-321-4738.
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