Suspect Threatens Deputy: “I’ll Have Twigg Street Deal with You”
BROOKSVILLE – A routine DUI arrest led to the suspect threatening to harm the arresting Deputy and with the suspect’s violent history, the Deputy wasn’t taking any chances.
According to officials, 36-year-old Anthony Derrick Daniel of 811 Twigg Street, was observed by a Sheriff’s Deputy driving erratically along Cortez Blvd. The deputy conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Redbud Lane where he determined that Daniel showed clear signs of impairment. After a battery of field sobriety exercises were performed, the Deputy arrested Daniel and charged him with Driving under the influence.
While en route to the jail, Daniel made several statements that he should have fled and begged the Deputy to ignore the charges, and let him go. Before reaching the jail, Daniel began threatening the Deputy, stating, “It was on, I’m going to get you when I see you out on the street.” Inside the jail, Daniel asked a Detention Deputy to let him beat the Deputy up. Daniel then stated, “I’ll have Twigg Street deal with you.”
Based on the threats, the Deputy charged Daniel with Threatening a Public Servant.
Daniel is free on an $11,000 bond – $10,000 associated with the threat charged.
Daniel has an extremely violence history, with arrests ranging from Aggravated Battery, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, and Fleeing to Elude.
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