Florida: Coon Carjacks, Kidnaps White Family Who Were Returning Home from Disney World

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
October 4, 2019

Jaquay Jean.

After spending the weekend at Disney World getting ripped off by covetous Jews, putting up with smelly beaners cutting in line and being forced to dodge the punches of brawling negroids, this white family probably just wanted to get home and have some rest.

Little did they know that multiculturalism wasn’t done with them just yet…

Local10:

A man sought in connection with an armed carjacking that turned into a kidnapping was arrested Monday in North Miami.

Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said Jaquay Jean was taken into custody in North Miami after an extensive search.

Jean, 21, was wanted in connection with an armed carjacking that took place Sunday afternoon in Martin County.

A family returning to South Florida after visiting Walt Disney World stopped at a Mobil gas station just off Florida’s Turnpike at exit 133 in Martin County. That’s when the suspect approached the family’s car and pointed a gun at Joanne Sagona’s daughter.

“The guy yanked her out of the car and was fighting with her and she did not want to go,” Sagona told Local 10 News.

Surveillance video shows a struggle ensued between the driver and the suspect, who was eventually able to drag the woman out of the car. Her brother got out of the car during the struggle.

The suspect then got in the driver’s seat and drove away while Sagona and her 6-month-old grandchild were still in the car.

“I was like, ‘How do I survive?'” Sagona said. “I said, ‘OK, please pull over. Stop. I will take the baby, get out and you can keep going.'”

Jean drove the car a short distance away to another gas station, where he let Sagona and the baby go, Snyder said. Sagona then called 911.

A massive investigation was immediately launched by the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.

The investigation led detectives to Miami-Dade County, where the suspect was identified and apprehended.

“You can recover from that,” Sagona said of her experience. “You don’t recover from a gunshot right in the face, 2 inches away. So we got lucky.”

Snyder said the car that was stolen was involved in a high-speed chase Sunday in Miami-Dade County, but it’s not known if Jean was driving the car.

Joanne Sagona.

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