Robert Mondragon: Why was the Florida man detained? Know About His Charges
On Friday, September 3, 2022, the Broward Sheriff’s Office made the arrest of a man who has a worrisome fixation with the Parkland school shooting. This news was published by the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The arrest was made by the Threat Management Unit (TMU)
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A Florida man named Robert Mondragon was detained for allegedly dumping dead animals on the Parkland Memorial.
It is alleged that he disposed of a dead raccoon, a dismembered duck, and the carcass of an opossum by placing them on a seat in the MSD Memorial Garden, which is located in close proximity to the high school. The first occurrence took place when a crossing guard at a school found a dead duck on a bench in the memorial garden. The bench was located in the garden. The following day, July 21, the same security guard found a dead raccoon that had been left there on the exact same bench. On July 31, ten days after the initial discovery, a deputy found the dead body of an opossum sitting on the same bench.
Robert Mondragon’s Charges
These frightening finds were connected in some way to a white Nissan sedan that was shown on a surveillance camera driving by the garden. The camera had captured the vehicle as it passed by. In the course of several minutes, the footage shows a man walking up to the memorial, paying his respects, and then leaving the site. At a late hour on Sunday night, a BSO deputy assigned to the Parkland district discovered a white Nissan with black rims or tires but no hubcaps and pulled the vehicle over. According to the witness, Mondragon was the owner of the car and could be seen sitting inside of it surrounded by blood, feathers, and a dead bird. The man, who was 29 years old, was confronted with the question of why he had a dead bird in his vehicle.
When asked the same question, the man responded by stating that he enjoys the scent of metal and blood that emanates from the dead animal. After that, his phone was searched, and the results led to even more horrible discoveries. These facts all point toward the formation of another person who commits acts of mass shooting. In addition to one crime of violating a risk protection order, Mondragon was charged with three counts of removing a tomb or monument, five acts of violence of probation for battery and indecent exposure, and one count of removing a tomb or monument without permission.
A search of Robert Mondragon’s gory automobile, his photo gallery and text messages, as well as his web search history, have all led in the direction of a very dark direction, one of a potential mass shooter in the making. The authorities also discovered text messages that discussed school shootings, and his internet search history was mostly focused on topics such as school shooters, a shooting that involved victims, pipe bombs, how to break through steel doors, and slang terms for killing police officers.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office made public on Friday, September 3, 2022, details regarding the arrest of a guy who had a worrisome obsession with the school massacre that took place in Parkland, Florida, in 2018. The Threat Management Unit (TMU) of the local police department is responsible for making the arrest.
After an exhaustive search for the person responsible for defacing the memorials that had been erected in memory of the victims of the mass shooting that took place at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018, Robert Zildjian Mondragon was taken into custody on August 4.
It is said that he left a decomposing opossum, a maimed duck, and a dead raccoon on a seat in the MSD Memorial Garden, which is located next to the high school.
The following is what the Broward Sheriff’s Office stated in a press release:
“A man from Broward has been charged with various offenses after he allegedly placed the bodies of deceased animals on a monument in Parkland. Detectives with the Broward Sheriff’s Office have stated that their investigation has also exposed the suspect’s alarming preoccupation with mass shootings in schools.”
The first incident occurred when a school crossing guard discovered the mutilated body of a duck lying on a bench in the memorial garden. The bird had been sitting there for some time. The following day, which was July 21, the same guard discovered a dead raccoon that had been left there on the very same bench.
Finally, on July 31, ten days after the initial discovery, a deputy discovered the dead body of an opossum on the bench in question.
These frightening discoveries were linked to a white Nissan automobile that was spotted in security footage from near the garden. The footage was taken from a location close to the garden. During the course of the footage, it was possible to make out a man who went into the memorial on one occasion and then emerged from it on another.
A BSO Parkland district deputy located the white Nissan with black rims or tires and no hubcaps late on Sunday night and pulled it stop. The hubcaps were missing from the vehicle.
Mondragon, who was sitting in the vehicle and was surrounded by feathers, blood, and a dead bird, claimed ownership of the vehicle. The 29-year-old man responded as follows when asked why he had a dead bird in his vehicle:
“[He liked] the smell of the metal and blood that emanated from the dead animal,” you may say.
His search history on the internet and his phone led to even more horrible discoveries, all of which hint towards the formation of another person who commits mass shootings.
Mondragon was charged with one count of violating a risk protection order, three charges of removing or disfiguring a tomb or monument, and five counts of violating probation for violence and indecent exposure.
Officers had the presumption that Mondragon, if allowed to remain free on the streets, would carry out an attack similar to the one that occurred in Parkland in 2018;
A search of Robert Mondragon’s gory automobile, his photo gallery and text messages, as well as his web search history, have all led in the direction of a very dark direction, namely the way of a potential mass shooter.
The police discovered text messages that discussed school shootings, and his internet search history was largely focused on school shootings, how to break into steel doors, shootings involving multiple victims, pipe bombs, and slang terms for killing police officers. The police also found text messages that discussed how to break into steel doors.
The local law enforcement is quite familiar with Robert Z. Mondragon, who has an extensive criminal record that includes assaulting a law enforcement officer. Since he has spent a considerable amount of time in and out of detention over the past few years, Sheriff Gregory Tony is pleading with the courts and elected leaders to remove this individual from the public.
During a press conference, Broward Sheriff’s Office spokesman Gregory Tony stated:
“He is an excellent candidate for every category that will be presented. We have benefited from good fortune, but luck alone is not a plan. We were able to catch and remove him from the streets, and he is the most dangerous person we have ever found.”
An additional investigation has revealed that before the end of the 2021-22 school year, Mondragon had obsessively traced the path taken by Nikolas Cruz, the 2018 Parkland school shooter, after he had left the school premises and walked away to a nearby Walmart. Cruz was the person who committed the shooting at the school in 2018.
In addition, his facial tattoos are said to be evocative to Tate Langdon, a fictional character from the television series American Horror Story that is based on the slaughter that occurred at Columbine High School.
When will Robert Mondragon be free?
Robert Mondragon is being detained in custody without the possibility of bail.
Authorities in Florida announced on Friday that they had arrested a guy for putting dead animals at a monument for victims of the Parkland school shooting. The man was obsessed with school shootings and had odd face tattoos that resembled skeletons.
Fox News was alerted by officials at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on July 20 that a guy named Robert Mondragon, age 29, allegedly dumped a dismembered duck in the school’s memorial garden. Mondragon’s tattoos resemble those of a mass murderer from the television program “American Horror Story.”
According to the station’s report, Mondragon allegedly went back to the shrine later to dispose of the bodies of a dead raccoon and possum there. In his eerie photo, he also sports a wild mullet in the style of the Flock of Seagulls.
When Mondragon’s white Nissan was pulled over on July 31 for improperly tinting the windows, the officer claimed spotted bird feathers and blood splashed on the passenger side floorboard, according to the police.
“Mondragon informed the deputy that he had the dead bird in his car because he likes ‘the metal and blood scent that come from the dead animal,’” a police report said. “Mondragon told the deputy that he had the dead bird in his car.”
After further investigation, it was found that Mondragon had allegedly posed on his phone with the deceased animals, as well as footage of his automobile parked near the memorial.
The investigation also uncovered the possibility that Mondragon’s tattoos are a reference to Tate Langdon’s facial skull makeup from the television series “American Horror Story,” despite the fact that it seems on Mondragon more like a zombie raccoon.
On July 20, a school crossing guard was the one who first observed a duck with its belly split open sitting on a bench at the memorial. The following day, a raccoon was discovered sitting there. According to the authorities, ten days later, the deceased opossum was discovered at the location.
A death sentence trial for Nikolas Cruz, who is accused of killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018, began on July 18. The alleged disposal of animal corpses occurred just a few days after the trial began.