Five Things to Know in Florida for July 21

VIDEO: FLORIDA MAN SHOOTS 2 AT&T TRUCKS IN DRIVEWAY

Cellphone video shows 64-year-old Jorge Jove calmly walking around the first truck and shooting at all four tires on Wednesday. Jove then walked to the second truck and opened fire. He reloaded the gun several times. The Miami Herald reports AT&T technician Derrick Taylor could be heard saying that there was a man shooting the tires and the engines of the truck.

93-Year-Old Woman Dragged 20 Feet During Church Carjacking

Marquita Steinmetz only had cuts and bruises from the Thursday ordeal. DeLand police say Steinmetz was in the parking lot of a church when 20-year-old Darius Matthews and 21-year-old David Leo Perkins III approached her and pushed her to the ground. Authorities say the men grabbed the keys out of her hand and got into the car. Police officers pursued the suspects, who were arrested after crashing the car.

FLORIDA HOUSE WHERE OJ SIMPSON LIVED LISTED FOR $1.3 MILLION

The 4,148 square-foot home is currently on the market for nearly $1.3 million. Simpson bought the home south of Miami in 2000. The former NFL player was acquitted in 1995 for the fatal stabbings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. Simpson lived in the home with children Sydney and Justin until his 2008 conviction in an armed robbery involving two sports memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas.

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES FLORIDA USE OF SOLITARY FOR DEATH ROW

The lawsuit was filed in Jacksonville federal court on behalf of nine inmates who have been held in solitary for between four and 30 years. It seeks to represent all Florida death row prisoners, who totaled 363 on Thursday. The Florida Department of Corrections policy violates the Constitution’s protection against cruel and unusual punishment and guarantee of due process, according to the lawsuit.

FIREFIGHTER SUSPENDED FOR 72 HOURS FOR RESELLING FREE DISNEY PASSES

Orange County Fire Rescue firefighter Christopher Huntley sold complimentary Walt Disney World passes to a woman through the mobile app OfferUp for about $390. Disney gave first responders four tickets each following the 2016 shooting that killed 49 people. Fire rescue records show Huntley told the woman to falsely tell Disney she was his cousin, but she was denied entry and filed a complaint.

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