I guess it was wishful thinking on the part of the parents of this child to have named him Le’ Genius Wisdom.  The teenager’s history of trouble included a charge for robbery and another for attempted murder.  Sadly his given name did not inspire him with wisdom or intelligence.

Le Detective, Johnathan Hall’s loss of  gear from his unmarked department-issued silver Ford Explorer, in an alleged smash and grab theft in broad daylight, makes one wonder why he would bring and then leave unattended his unmarked police vehicle at the Rob Sullivan Park, in the city of DeBary , to play in a softball tournament.

Did Le Detective, lock his vehicle or did he stage the scene to look like a smash and grab?  Who brings a Sig Sauer 9mm handgun and a Remington 12-gauge shotgun to a Softball Tournament?  Was Le Detective off duty?  Apparently none of his softball equipment was stolen since he had to remove it from the vehicle to participate in tournament.

Now in the hands of the alleged thief are a department-issued Sig Sauer 9mm handgun, a  ballistic vest, a personally-owned Remington 870 shotgun, a handcuff key, a stun-gun cartridge, a radio microphone and a law-enforcement badge. 

Sanford Police want to public to be aware of possible police impersonation.

St. Petersburg teen sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to attempted murder

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http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-sanford-cop-gear-gun-thefts-20160523-story.html