Man accused of organizing drag races in Miami-Dade arrested: faces 40 charges

Man accused of organizing races in Miami-Dade arrested
Man accused of organizing races in Miami-Dade arrested

Miami-Dade police in USA They arrest the accused of organizing drag races in the county, a 31-year-old man who would have carried out dozens of illegal drag races.

According to the information, police detained José Alfredo Martínez Jr., of Southwest Miami-Dade, at an auto shop on Northwest 141st Street in Opa-locka on Monday, November 28, and announced his arrest on Thursday, November 1. from December.

Man accused of organizing races in Miami-Dade arrested

The police specified that Martínez, using the username “loyalty_ova_royaltycc” and later “John Doe”, is in charge of organizing “reckless and dangerous” street races using Telegram group chats.

According to a police report, Martinez would “post directions and direct homeless people and bystanders to select locations for drag and drift racing activities.”

“(Spectators) were told to block intersections so that police and other vehicles on the road cannot pass through the intersection while the vagrants are performing,” police wrote. In addition, they added that “(Martínez) would instruct the people in the chat to prevent the police from clearing the road once they see the police cars arriving.”

According to police, the investigation into Martinez is part of a larger investigation into illegal street racing. In this regard, the police wrote in their report that the races “have resulted in numerous shootings and vehicular homicides/murders.”

As for the detainee, José Alfredo Martínez Jr., it has been charged with 40 counts related to facilitating endurance races on roads or paths.


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