Skateboarding on a patrolman car: Zachary Cruz was arrested twice in 2016
March 21, 2018 - skateboarding
From skateboarding on a hood of a military automobile to swiping equipment off a shelves during Target, Zachary Cruz, a now-jailed younger brother of Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz, had progressing run-ins with Coral Springs police, annals diminished Wednesday show.
Zachary Cruz, 18, is in control on a $500,000 bond after he was arrested for trespassing during a Marjory Stoneman Douglas campus after propagandize hours Monday.
Nikolas Cruz, 19, is indicted of murdering 17 people and injuring 17 some-more during a propagandize on Valentine’s Day and faces a genocide penalty.
Zachary Cruz was a 10th-grader in Jul 2016 when military were called to an Office Depot on Westview Drive since he had been skateboarding on a Crown Victoria military car, causing dents and scratches and $750 value of damage.
He told a officer he was only wearied and was charged with rapist mischief.
Officers remarkable in a news he was “continually unpleasant to a military on scene.” When his mom arrived, she asked him because he did that and he responded “Because we don’t have anything else to do.”
The skateboarding occurrence happened in a Magnolia Shoppes, a same Coral Springs piazza where Nikolas Cruz after took a pursuit operative during a Dollar Tree store.
In Aug 2016, while Zachary Cruz was still in a youthful diversion program, he was arrested again after a Target detriment impediment ensure identified him as a shoplifter. Police pronounced he skateboarded to a store and left with dual headsets and an Xbox controller that he pressed inside a red backpack. The stolen sell was value $219.89.
Police pronounced charges for grand burglary were forwarded to prosecutors. Because Zachary Cruz was a youthful during a time, a outcomes are hermetic and not open record.
Authorities involuntarily hospitalized Zachary Cruz for a mental-health analysis underneath a state’s Baker Act, according to a sheriff’s news release, after he certified to military Monday that he rode his skateboard onto a campus, ignoring orders to stay divided from a school, to simulate on what his hermit had done, according to an detain report.
Deputies pronounced one reason they are endangered with Zachary Cruz, according to a petition, is that they asked him his skeleton for a destiny and he responded, “I don’t know right now.” Prosecutors pronounced Cruz’s late afternoon revisit left a Stoneman Douglas village in fear, and “have again been terrorized.”
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