Saturday, 3 June 2017

Florida man’s home raided by police during Facebook Live session. You have to see how it ends.

22-year-old Breon Hollings, a Jacksonville, Fla. resident, was seen flaunting handfuls of cash during a Facebook Live stream Thursday night when local law enforcement raided his residence and arrested him.
In a video obtained by Action News Jax, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office can be seen entering Hollings’ home while Hollings was in the middle of a Facebook Live session.

During the video, Hollings flashes money while speaking to the camera, but becomes distracted when he sees lights outside of his window.
Law enforcement officials can be heard through a loudspeaker in the background, and that’s when Hollings flees the room, never to return.

“This is Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. We have a search warrant,” a voice blares from the loudspeaker in the video.
Yelling and loud bangs can be heard on the recording, which goes on for over three minutes.
In the residence, police reportedly found a handgun, ammunition, crack cocaine, Oxycodone, and paraphernalia.
According to Action News Jax, Hollings will face charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia for the manufacture or delivery of drugs, and possession of a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon.
Hollings’ criminal record includes drug charges, as well as convictions for child abuse, criminal mischief, and trespassing, as reported by Action News Jax.
See the full video below.


  1. What NOT post on farcebook live. (LOL!)

  2. Another trailer trash bites the dust.

  3. What language is he speaking?

  4. What was the warrant for? Flashing cash on line? I see no crime UNTIL AFTER the pigs enter the house.