Cantonment Man Charged With Home Invasion Robbery, Leading Deputies On High Speed Pursuit

October 19, 2021

A Cantonment man is charged with a domestic violence related home invasion robbery and leading deputies on a high speed pursuit.

Cameron Alexander Ross, 26, was charged with home invasion robbery, aggravated battery, criminal mischief, and fleeing and eluding from law enforcement.

The victim told deputies that Ross kicked in her front door Monday, struck her with a closed fist in the face and stomach, and stole her cellphone, according to an arrest report. She said he fled when he heard police sirens coming toward the residence.

An arriving Escambia County Sherriff’s Office lieutenant observed Ross driving away from the residence, and another deputy attempted a traffic stop. Ross fled at a high rate of speed. He was pursued by multiple deputies until a PIT maneuver was performed on Ross’ vehicle in the 1100 block of North 9th Avenue. Ross fled on foot but was quickly detained by deputies, the report states.

Ross was transported to Baptist Hospital where he was treated and released for injuries he sustained during the collision resulting from the PIT maneuver.

On September 27, Ross was served with an injunction that advises he may not come within 500 feet of the residence. He was also charged with violating that injunction.

Ross was booked into the Escambia County Jail Tuesday morning and was held without bond.

Comments

8 Responses to “Cantonment Man Charged With Home Invasion Robbery, Leading Deputies On High Speed Pursuit”

  1. Shirl on October 20th, 2021 2:55 pm

    Scotceit, I was raised in Miolino and went to Molino school from 1 through 9, also. Nothing is like it was then, drugs, killings, etc. is all you see now. I agree with everything you say. God help us all.

  2. ScotCelt on October 20th, 2021 10:36 am

    AMEN Old Coach. I was raised at Molino, and went from grades one through nine at the old Molino. School. We had morning deviotions, Bible reading and pledge to the flag. The whole country was so different back then, and people were so much more in touch with Almighty God and His love than precepts than today. Now we have to have home security systems with cameras and cell phones with home alert aps. All law enforcement members were respected as well as the letter of the law was respected. But when the Holy Bible was removed frow schools followed by prayer stopped, the kids no longer had a guide to live by throughout the day, and every evil in the world had a free path to enter into their minds and hearts. God help us all.

  3. Whisperjet on October 20th, 2021 6:43 am

    Old coach…we need you back in our high schools..you are wise and well spoken…

  4. Ol' Skinny on October 20th, 2021 5:48 am

    Well said Old Coach… and much appreciate you telling the TRUTH.

  5. Sad world on October 19th, 2021 6:29 pm

    Best comment I’ve ever read Old Coach. GOD BLESS & AMEN

  6. cdpjr on October 19th, 2021 4:39 pm

    Old Coach… AMEN!!!!

  7. Old Coach on October 19th, 2021 11:46 am

    Boy, this world is in a big mess and it’s not restricted to one area. Crime is in runaway mode and getting worse. Of course we who are believers knew this would eventually take place. When God is removed from our homes, schools, city, county, state and nation we can’t expect good to happen. I started teaching and coaching in 1975 and stayed for 36 years. It was evident that this nation was on a downhill slide.
    Knowing that though we can’t give up. We have to continue a message of hope to those around us. We can’t ever give up doing good and loving our neighbor as ourselves.
    God bless this country.

  8. Jason on October 19th, 2021 10:47 am

    His second arrest in less than 4 days….. SMH. Take a chill pill and move on with life.





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