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Mar-A-Lago: Gate Crashed, Shots Fired, Suspects Arrested

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Published on: January 31, 2020

A woman in a black SUV crashed through a security checkpoint gate at President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago resort, resulting in shots being fired and a suspect arrested.

WSVN reports:

Police have taken two women in custody after a security breach at the Mar-a-Lago estate ended in a police-involved shooting.

According to the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office, 30-year-old Hannah Roehmild, who is from Connecticut, was driving a black SUV erratically and refused to stop. She and another woman have since been taken into custody uninjured.

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Florida Highway Patrol troopers were following the black SUV when it fled through two security check points on the property, Friday, at around 11:40 a.m.

Ten minutes earlier, a sheriff saw Roehmild behaving erratically by dancing on top of a car, followed her to her rental Jeep, tapped her window to get her attention and she began reversing while he was still tapping on her window. He broke the window to get her to stop reversing, but she drove away southbound on A1A.

Officers fired shots at the vehicle as it headed towards the main entrance of the estate.

The vehicle continued to flee from FHP troopers and a PBSO helicopter before it was later located on the property.

Based on a preliminary investigation, investigators believe that Roehmild approached the checkpoint at a high rate of speed and did not appear to brake in any way, according to a law enforcement official who spoke on condition in anonymity in order to discuss the investigation.

“When she approached the Mar-a-Lago area, she crashed through the first checkpoint, putting some lives of the people involved at the checkpoint there [at risk],” Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said at a press conference, “proceeded to the second checkpoint, crashed through there, the deputies and the Secret Service agents that were there moved out of the way just in time. We alerted FHP; they had units in the area and actually spotted the vehicle again. That trooper followed that vehicle to a local motel where the driver jumped out and was trying to flee to a room. The trooper did a great job, tackled her and took her into custody there.”

“We can confirm that local law enforcement and Secret Service discharged their weapons at the vehicle,” U.S. Secret Service special agent Brian Swaine said.

Of course, the president was not at the resort as he has been on countless rounds of golf despite telling the public that he would not have time for golf.

That doesn’t justify the actions of the women involved.

Several tweets followed the incident.

 

However, this does make one question just whether or not these people doing this are doing it knowingly or are they being triggered?

I ask this question based on the testimony of NSA whistleblower and former analyst Karen Stewart who has warned of the unconstitutional actions of the central government to, without warrant, microchip citizens unknowingly in an attempt to manipulate them.  Stewart even said she thinks it is possible it is this manipulation that results in some of the strange and criminal behavior we have seen in certain individuals.

Check out these two interviews.

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