Mocobizscene- According to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Jason Brzuszkiewicz ignored a closed gate marked “Do Not Enter” and proceeded to gain access to the beach in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
A man from New York had his joyriding adventure along the Florida coast come to an abrupt end when he intentionally bypassed a closed gate and drove onto the beach, only to be stopped by the police.
Jason Brzuszkiewicz, 49, was caught on camera driving his Dodge Ram Pickup truck onto the shore of New Smyrna Beach just before 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning.
According to a press release from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Brzuszkiewicz disregarded the closed beach access gate. The gate was closed to vehicles due to a high tide and severe wind conditions.
Additionally, the 48-year-old neglected to pay the necessary vehicular access fee in order to gain entry to the beach. A Florida man who was armed and suspected of planning a mass shooting at a strip club will be undergoing a psychological evaluation.
Jason Brzuszkiewicz was arrested by the Volusia Sheriff’s Office for not paying the access fee for the beach access toll. Brzuszkiewicz was captured on video by the sheriff’s office, driving his white pickup truck through the shallow waters for more than a minute.
Brzuszkiewicz can be seen in a segment of the video, trying to do a donut in the shallow water. Three lifeguards from New Smyrna Beach rushed to the empty beach and saw the 48-year-old man slowly retreating into the ocean water.
The lifeguards informed the police that they had approached Brzuszkiewicz as a precautionary measure, in case there was a medical issue.
New Smyrna Beach lifeguards approached Jason Brzuszkiewicz as a precautionary measure for a potential medical issue. Later, they contacted the local police for assistance. (Volusia Sheriff’s Office) According to the affidavit obtained by FOX 35, when deputies arrived at the scene, Brzuszkiewicz informed them that he had a desire to drive on the beach.
Brzuszkiewicz was informed by the deputies that the beach was closed to cars due to bad weather. A remarkable feat was achieved by a Florida high school as they successfully reeled in a massive 250-pound Goliath grouper from the beach.
Brzuszkiewicz can be heard telling deputies in the footage, “It’s not my fault the truck doesn’t surf.” The deputy responded, “Driving on the beach when the gates are closed is not permissible.”
Jason Brzuszkiewicz found himself in hot water when he was apprehended and faced charges by the police. It all happened on Tuesday morning, as he decided to take a joyride on the closed beach in Florida. The Volusia Sheriff’s Office was quick to respond and make the arrest.
Brzuszkiewicz inquires, “Could I face consequences for that?” The deputy responded with a nonchalant tone, saying, “Yeah, yeah.”
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