Stolen Vehicle Found Torched On Dirt Road Near Bratt

August 13, 2017

A vehicle reported stolen in Alabama was found torched a short time later on a Florida dirt road Saturday night.

The Nissan Armada was found abandoned and completely  destroyed by fire about 10:15 p.m in a remote area on Camp Road about a mile south of Bratt Road and the Escambia County Road Department North Camp. Most of the fire had extinguished itself as the first fire engine from the McDavid Station of Escambia Fire Rescue arrived on scene.

The vehicle was reported stolen Saturday night in Flomaton. According to Flomaton Police Chief Bryan Davis, the stolen vehicle was in no way related to a double murder in his city earlier in the day.

The vehicle fire was under investigation by the Florida State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Escambia County (FL) Sheriff’s Office.

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Pictured top: A stolen vehicle was already burned to this point before firefighters put water on the fire. Pictured below: Firefighters work to extinguish a vehicle fire Saturday night on Camp Road near Bratt. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.



Comments

11 Responses to “Stolen Vehicle Found Torched On Dirt Road Near Bratt”

  1. David Huie Green on August 15th, 2017 10:06 pm

    jerry S.,

    You’re a man after my own heart.

    David for deserved praise

  2. Bob on August 15th, 2017 9:06 pm

    Please stay off the LEOs in north Escambia. For the first time in my life these guys are close by when you need them. We have never had such a presence of law enforcement officers here. I know, I’m out and around every day and their presence is much appreciated.

  3. Well on August 14th, 2017 5:35 pm

    Dang Bubba
    Your so tense.

  4. Bubba Blogger on August 13th, 2017 11:30 pm

    @ Well and other naysayers. Put up or shut up! Run for office! If not, keep your mouth shut about the Sheriff and the ECSO!

  5. nod on August 13th, 2017 9:52 pm

    I am sure they will put it on facebook

  6. Sunny F. on August 13th, 2017 4:22 pm

    Evidence destroyed. Unless the culprits run their big mouth about how proud they are of this criminal act. Most culprits don’t act alone. (Did they walk back to Alabama ?) Most likely not. Criminals steal because they can and sometimes never get caught. They enjoy destroying another person’s property. I hope these thugs are caught sooner or later. Get away with it one time, they will destroy again.

  7. Pop on August 13th, 2017 2:18 pm

    Man! Flomaton is getting as bad as the big cities crime rate here lately!

  8. jerry S. on August 13th, 2017 10:39 am

    You know most of that will buff right out!

  9. K in Cantonment on August 13th, 2017 10:17 am

    Some people need to grow up! It’s these folks that keep whinning about the ECSO but they are the first to be yelling HELP ME, HELP ME. GROW UP!

  10. nod on August 13th, 2017 9:59 am

    Welll all crimes have a priorty. Could you do better? Think before you answer. There is a lot going on.

  11. Well on August 13th, 2017 7:40 am

    Certainly this is not a PRIORITY. Just ask the Sheriff.
    Just people doing what they do.





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