Street Racers Arrested after they caused Mayhem on Streets in Tampa: Police Say

Street Racers Arrested after they caused Mayhem on Streets in Tampa Police Say

Tampa, FL: According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, four people were arrested after coming from Lee County to take part in a planned street race in Tampa.

Authorities say that officers were called to the area of Cragmont Drive and Princess Palm Avenue just before 1 a.m. on Sunday.

According to officials, officers saw a chaotic scene with many cars driving recklessly. HCSO has a video of people setting off fireworks of many colors, which fill the area with smoke.

All the arrested individuals were identified and the authorities revealed their identities. The individuals are:

  • 20-year-old Ar’moni Ferrell
  • 20-year-old Caden Turner
  • 20-year-old Kylie O’Brien
  • 22-year-old Samuel Orvil

Police say that all four people who were in a 2022 Dodge Challenger were arrested.

The officers say that when they searched the Charger, they found Roman candles and equipment for recording videos.

Police say that a 2006 Chrysler 300 was also seized after its driver and passengers ran off on foot.

They found out the hard way that Hillsborough County is not a good place to commit crimes. Sheriff Chad Chronister said, “We are one step ahead and working hard to keep our community safe.” “Street racing is not only illegal but also incredibly dangerous, those who choose to engage in illegal activities here will face the inevitable consequences.”

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