A 27-year-old Florida man with multiple out-of-county warrants was arrested yesterday for committing the same crimes he is wanted for. The definition of insanity.

Florida Man Wanted In Polk County For Illegal Hunting, Busted In Collier County For Illegal Hunting

A 27-year-old Florida man with multiple warrants from multiple counties was arrested yesterday for committing the same crimes he is wanted for.

A Collier County deputy on patrol in the Immokalee district spotted unusual activity and took swift action.

The deputy was patrolling the area of Immokalee Road and County Line Road around 8:45 a.m. when he spotted a truck with the engine running and nobody inside parked at an orange grove posted with no-trespassing signs.

A 27-year-old Florida man with multiple out-of-county warrants was arrested yesterday for committing the same crimes he is wanted for. The definition of insanity.
Jose Rafael Rodriguez Iglesias, 27

According to investigators, the deputy could see several weapons including a rifle, handgun, and cross-bow in plain view inside the truck. As the deputy looked around a man, later identified as Jose Rafael Rodriguez Iglesias of Naples, walked out of a row of orange trees dressed in camouflage.

When asked by the deputy what he was doing on private property, Rodriguez Iglesias said he had to relieve himself.

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While the deputy was investigating he found that Rodriguez Iglesias had active warrants out of Polk County for armed trespassing and illegal hunting. He was taken into custody.

The deputy entered the grove where Rodriguez Iglesias had walked out of and found a dead male deer that had been shot.

Florida Fish and Wildlife and Conservation Commission officers responded to investigate further.

“This arrest was the result of excellent proactive patrolling by a deputy,” Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk said.

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