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Friday, 15 February 2008

Carlos Leon,Christopher Ault,Jordan Cole

"Two of these thugs are 17-year-old Crips members who were trying to make their bones and they figured by doing a robbery, a carjacking, it would carry some weight in their little criminal enterprise," Chief Mike Chitwood with the Daytona Beach Police Department said.Police believe that if Gibson had not saved herself by jumping out of her trunk she possibly would have been killed as part of the gang behavior.
Charity Gibson, 26, said she was forced into the trunk of her car at gunpoint during Tuesday's incident.
"I'm glad personally, and maybe this sounds a little bit crazy but I’m glad it happened to me, because I was prepared, rather than to somebody else," Gibson said. "Hopefully these guys will get justice."
Police said two teenage gang members, Carlos Leon, 17, and Christopher Ault, 17, and another man, Jordan Cole, 20, are responsible for the carjacking. The suspects were arrested with the help of authorities in Casselberry and Winter Springs.Leon and Ault escaped from a drug treatment center in Winter Springs and came to Daytona Beach with Cole.The suspects had followed six other women before investigator said they targeted Gibson and her red Ford Mustang.Police said the suspects were looking to make a name for themselves within their gang.Investigators also said they recovered the gun used during the carjacking.Authorities said they hope to charge the teenagers as adults for armed kidnapping and armed carjacking. They could face possible life sentences.



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