A Georgia man has been arrested after ramming a deputy’s cruiser and attempting to run on foot.
Deputies say 24-year-old Jose Luis Ricardo Bossio has been down this road. He was arrested last year for driving under the influence and resisting arrest.
“He knows how MCSO operates,” said Martin County Sheriff’s Office.
But on Friday, none of that mattered, according to investigators.
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Deputies pulled Bossio over for running nearly 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit on Federal Highway in Hobe Sound.
Bossio initially pulled over, but when the deputy began to run Bossio’s Georgia driver’s license, he made his second bad decision.
Deputies say Bossio put the car in reverse, smashed into the deputy’s cruiser, and took off.
He didn’t get too far before he made his third bad decision of the day. He crashed the vehicle he was driving, bailed out, and ran on foot.
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“Jose Luis Ricardo Bossio didn’t learn the first time that we take this lawlessness seriously. What he does understand now, is that perimeter manhunts are MCSO’s specialty,” said MCSO.
Jose Bossio was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license and aggravated fleeing and eluding. He was booked into the Martin County Jail.
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