Wheel of Fugitive Target Arrested by Brevard Sheriff’s Office, Thanks to Anonymous Tip from Citizen

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Patricia K. Lazzaroni arrested

On Tuesday, deputies from our North Precinct arrested Patricia K Lazzaroni, who was a featured “Wheel of Fugitive®️“ target from an episode in mid January. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Tuesday, deputies from our North Precinct arrested Patricia K. Lazzaroni, who was a featured “Wheel of Fugitive®️“ target from an episode in mid January.

The arrest took place after an anonymous citizen called in a tip about the current location where Lazzaroni was hiding to avoid arrest in the Titusville area.

As a result of the tip from one of our citizens, Corporal Coppola, K9 Deputy Steuerwald and Deputy O’Harra responded to the area and were able to locate Lazzaroni outside a local business.

Lazzaroni was taken into custody without incident and was transported to the Brevard County Jail on a “No Bond” warrant for Violation of Probation reference Grand Theft.

Subsequent to her arrest Lazzaroni admitted to Corporal Coppola that she knew she had a warrant for her arrest and also knew that she was on the “Wheel of Fugitive.”

Lazzaroni stated that even though she knew she had a warrant for her arrest she just never got around to turning herself in.

So here is the moral of tonight’s story…if you have a warrant for your arrest in Brevard County you are going to jail.

Oh and by the way if you have a felony warrant for your arrest and you don’t have time to go turn yourself in, all you are doing is prolonging the inevitable because your butt is still going to jail once you are on the “Wheel”.

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