Florida Deputy Smashes Window To Arrest Parole Violator
August 31, 2010
A Lee County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy smashed the driver's side window of a Fort Myers man wanted for violating his parole, so he could place him under arrest, WZVN-HD reports.
The unnamed deputy pulled over 26-year-old Brandon Helms on Monday. Harris presented his license, and then rolled up the driver's side window and refused to exit the vehicle.
Helms was driving with a suspended license and was wanted on a battery charge. There were prior reports that Helms was armed.
Read the full story at WZVN.com.
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