Accused Lake Mary High students bragged about armed robberies

Walter Pacheco (Orlando Sentinel)
October 28, 2010

One of the Lake Mary High School junior-varsity football players accused of an armed crime spree across Sanford bragged to friends about his exploits on innocent residents, according to an arrest report.

Details released Thursday by the Sanford Police Department show 16-year-old Patrick Early, of Eatonville, boasted about “robbing a white guy on a bike.” He also bragged that he was a “gangsta” and member of the violent Bloods gang.

While deputies have not confirmed whether Early is a gang member, they said he and 16-year-old Kwame Knight, of Sanford, armed themselves with a gun, possibly a semi-automatic, and robbed at least four people.

Reports also show the boys might have used a friend’s car and the vehicle belonging to Knight’s mother to commit the armed robberies.

One of the victims identified Early as the suspect who struck him on the face several times with that firearm. Police have not recovered a weapon.

Early and Knight are being held in juvenile detention.

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1 Comment for “Accused Lake Mary High students bragged about armed robberies”

  1. Anyone who is brags to others about robbing innocent people has serious issues. He obviously doesn’t see the downside to this type of life-style, yet.

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