Florida couple delivering Instacart groceries shot at after driving to wrong address
“A detective asked if we wanted to prosecute and we agreed to do that, but he said since they [the gunman] didn’t break any laws or do anything unlawful, they couldn’t do anything because we were on their property”
The right-wing white nationalist media such as the now proven LIAR network known as "fox" have long presented black people, hispanics, Asians, Muslims and just about any human group they hate, as a danger to the white society and therefore encourage white people to be afraid and kill at will and they will be protected by the white authority. Well such is the case for this black couple in Florida as they arrived at the wrong address on Friday April 21 to drop off an "instacart" order. The resident pulled a gun and fired at them AS THEY LEFT. The white nationalist cops determined that the man did not break any Florida laws and made no arrests.
The only way to combat this evil on the rise in Florida is to get it on video record and post to many social media spaces to get the public support because the local cops are gonna side with the white shooter every time. Get a dash cam for your car and a body camera to wear as the cops do.
News Channel 8 report
A couple in Broward County said someone shot at them after they ended up at the wrong address while delivering groceries for Instacart.
Waldes Thomas told NBC affiliate WTVJ that he was delivering for Instacart Saturday, and his girlfriend Diamond D’arville was with him. The couple said they were on the phone with the customer trying to find her house but ended up at a home on Southwest 178th Avenue.
The couple said they saw a flashlight as they were about to drive off the property.
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“He’s like, ‘Who are you?’ and we’re saying we’re with Instacart,” D’arville told the news station.
Things quickly took a terrible turn after the man got into his truck and pulled up behind the couple.
“I had seen him pull out a gun and that’s when I said, ‘We got to go, we got to go,'” D’arville told WTVJ. “I was scared, I’m not going to lie.”
D’arville said her car was hit several times. The couple said they decided to pull over about a block away from the home and called Davie police.
“We were there for Instacart, we were trying to tell him, and he went about it the wrong way — instead of just calling police, saying ‘I have trespassers on my lawn,’ he decided to shoot,” Thomas said.
Davie police told WTVJ that a gun did go off at a home on Southwest 178th Avenue but no injuries were reported.
“(A detective) asked if we wanted to prosecute and we agreed to do that, but he said since they didn’t break any laws or do anything unlawful, they couldn’t do anything because we were on their property,” D’arville told WTVJ.