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Jan 14, 2023

Multi-jurisdictional investigation in Polk and Osceola Counties involving an open house party in Polk and a fatal crash in Osceola

Media Contact: Carrie Horstman, Administrator

Sheriff Grady Judd gave preliminary information about a multi-jurisdictional investigation that began in the Sol Terra subdivision in Davenport in unincorporated Polk County, and ended in unincorporated Osceola County on Marigold Avenue, Kissimmee, during the early morning hours of Saturday, January 14, 2023.

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The investigation began around 1:00 a.m. this morning when PCSO deputies responded to a call regarding several people possibly fighting outside a home on Broad Oak Drive in Sol Terra, Davenport.

When deputies arrived, they did not locate anyone fighting but found that a large party involving over 150 juveniles and adults throughout the street and neighboring yards, and approximately 75 people inside the rental home, was in full swing. They learned the party had been advertised via social media. An ambulance was summoned to transport a heavily intoxicated and impaired individual, at which time deputies attempted to disperse people and vehicles so that emergency vehicles could have a clear path of travel.

The Lieutenant on duty parked his agency-issued vehicle and got out to help disperse the crowd and secure the scene. The Lt. attempted to make contact with a black 2019 Range Rover. The occupants refused to roll down the heavily tinted windows. The Lt. went to the back of the SUV and shined his light on the tag, where he saw that it was an expired temporary tag. At that point, the driver of the SUV intentionally rammed the Lieutenant's agency vehicle which was parked in front of him, and fled the area. The SUV pulled into a nearby 7-Eleven store on Ronald Reagan Parkway.

The Lt. reported via radio that he suspected the SUV was stolen (which was later confirmed) and a PCSO deputy spotted the SUV shortly thereafter. The deputy entered the parking lot of the convenience store and activated his emergency equipment, but the SUV fled the parking lot at a high rate of speed. The deputy followed but lost sight of the SUV as it headed down Marigold Avenue and into Osceola County. When the deputy arrived at the intersection of Marigold and Peabody Road, he observed that the SUV had crashed into a Honda Civic. The deputy apprehended one of the suspects who had been in the Range Rover, and deputies who arrived as backup apprehended two others. There is possibly a fourth suspect at large.

The FHP sent out a news release about the crash, please refer to that for more information.

Detectives and Troopers are still trying to determine who was driving the Range Rover, which has been confirmed stolen out of Martin County in September 2022. There is a firearm in plain sight within the SUV, but the vehicle has not yet been inventoried and searched.

The three suspects who fled from the stolen Range Rover are:

Jarquez Malique Page, DOB 11-09-1999, of Fayetville, North Carolina; his criminal history includes previous arrests in N.C. for larceny of firearm, possession of stolen firearm, breaking and entering motor vehicle, felony larceny, possession of stolen good, possession with intent to sell marijuana, manufacturing marijuana, maintaining vehicle for drug sales.

Angel Burgos Rosello, DOB 08-06-1999, of Fayetville, North Carolina; his criminal history includes previous arrests in N.C. for trafficking in MDMA and maintaining a vehicle for drug sales, and in Osceola County for possession of marijuana with intent to sell and VOP.

Alaric Shango McFarlane, DOB 01-16-2002, of Kissimmee, FL; his criminal history includes previous arrests in Osceola County for vehicle theft, battery, burglary, reckless driving, operating a vehicle without a valid license, and VOP.

All three of these suspects face multiple charges from the FHP and PCSO.

This is a multi-jurisdictional ongoing investigation: The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the traffic crash on Marigold Avenue. The Osceola County Sheriff's Office is also assisting. The PCSO is investigating the open house party and the crash caused by the suspect ramming the PCSO vehicle at that scene, and we have made three arrests so far:

Dovensky Delpe, DOB 11-20-2001, and Melissa Martin, DOB 09-07-2005, were arrested and charged with hosting an open house party. Delpe's criminal history includes a 2021 arrest for battery. He's being additionally charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Martin has a 2017 arrest for grand theft, which is a felony.

During the investigation, Mayra Tirado, DOB 09-30-2004, was arrested for battery on a law enforcement officer, which occurred on the scene of the house party. She has a 2019 arrest for battery on a LEO.