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Two men in south Florida arrested after bragging about robberies on social media post

June 26, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Two men in south Florida arrested after bragging about robberies on social media post

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Authorities in South Florida arrested a pair of idiots who decided brag about committing a string of robberies on a social media post.

Police said 18-year-old Raderius Glenn Collins, posted a Facebook Live video showing him and two of his cohorts flashing stacks of cash and allegedly boasting “we got a safe.”

Investigators used the June 13th video post, which is still online to charge Collins and 27-year-old Marcus Terrell Parker for a pair burglaries, police are still searching for a third suspect, who remains at large.

According to NBC News Miami, the three men stand accused of stealing $500,000 in jewelry from a safe at one residence, and an additional $10,000 of jewelry from another home.

However, police said the criminal geniuses pawned the stolen goods for peanuts. “The jewelry that they sold was valued at $500,000, but they sold it and got $1,300 each,” one official told 7 News in Miami.

Police have since recovered the stolen items and believe the men could be tied to additional crimes committed in the area.

“These suspects have committed crimes throughout the county they happen to have been arrested in Pinecrest, but there currently are open cases in the county for them as well,” Village of Pinecrest communications manager Michelle Hammontree told CBS Miami. “

An angry Collins blamed his arrest on Facebook for “snitchin.”

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