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Florida Man Goes ‘Mudding’ In Stolen Ambulance

Florida man accused of stealing ambulance, getting it stuck in mud | Suspect faces grand theft auto charge

CLICK ORLANDO, HERNANDO COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida man stole an ambulance from a hospital while first responders were assisting a patient but got the vehicle stuck in sand and mud.

Records show the Hernando County Fire & Emergency Services ambulance was parked in the ambulance bay at Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville on Sunday around 12:30 p.m. while paramedics were inside the hospital dropping off a patient.

When paramedics returned, they realized the ambulance had been stolen … Read more. 

Hernando County Sheriff’s Office – Media Release

From: Michael Terry, Deputy Public Information Officer

Re: Man Arrested After Stealing Ambulance from Oak Hill Hospital

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Date: April 4, 2021

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office is currently in the area of Port Court in Spring Hill in reference to a stolen ambulance.

The ambulance, owned by Hernando County Fire & Emergency Services, was taken at 12:27 p.m. from the ambulance bay at Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville.

The ambulance crew was inside the hospital dropping off a patient when the ambulance was stolen.

The suspect, later identified Trey Cornwell DOB/03-14-1992 drove the ambulance to the Kass Circle area off of Port Court.

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Cornwell got the ambulance stuck in mud and sand as it approached a nearby body of water off of Port Court. Witnesses at the scene indicated the suspect fled toward a nearby
shopping plaza.

Cornwell was taken into custody a short time later near the Hernando County Sheriff’s
Office substation located at 1231 Kass Circle.

Cornwell was charged with Grand Theft Auto.

He was transported to the Hernando County Detention Center where he is being held in lieu
of a $10,000 bond.

The Office of Sheriff: The Office of the Sheriff is established by the Florida Constitution. As a constitutional officer, the Sheriff has the exclusive authority to administer his or her agency and is responsible for preserving the peace throughout the entire county, carrying out the laws of the state, the orders of Florida courts, and the ordinances of the Board of County Commissioners. The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement and correctional officer of the county. Sheriff Al Nienhuis was initially appointed as the Sheriff of Hernando County by the Governor in January of 2011. He was then elected by the people of Hernando County in 2012, ran unopposed in 2016, and was reelected in 2020. Sheriff Nienhuis remains accountable to the people of Hernando County. www.hernandosheriff.org SHERIFF Al Nienhuis

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