Earlier this month, video from inside a Florida delivery truck captured a driver being robbed at gunpoint by two criminals who share a total of 85 felony charges and 11 felony convictions between them, Fox News Digital reported.
Arkimase Divinard, 22, and Joel Junior Aime, 23, who have lengthy criminal histories, are once again behind bars after the pair were caught robbing an Amazon delivery driver at gunpoint on January 13.
Florida jail records revealed that Divinard was recently released from prison in November after serving a three-year sentence for carjacking without a firearm/deadly weapon. The career criminal's other convictions include battery on an individual over 65 years old and robbery without a deadly weapon.
According to Fox News Digital, the Florida Department of Corrections database had no available arrest records for Aime.
The January 13 robbery occurred in broad daylight and was captured on dashcam video released Wednesday by the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
In the video, one of the criminals is seen ambushing the delivery driver and pressing a gun to the worker's neck. The perpetrator grabs the victim's cell phone from his hand and appears to place it on the passenger's seat.
The criminal also steals the driver's wallet before heading to the back of the vehicle, where he grabs multiple packages. The other crook is seen briefly on the video outside of the truck. The two men fled the scene of the crime in a white van.
According to the victim, the robbers searched his pockets and stole his cell phone and debit cards. The theives also made off with ten packages from the Amazon truck.
The driver was not injured during the robbery.
A bystander who witnessed the incident flagged down a nearby officer to report the terrifying robbery, WOFL reported.
The driver's Find My iPhone app led deputies to Divinard's residence, where he was placed under arrest. Aime was later located in a van matching the description of the getaway vehicle, and he was also arrested.
The sheriff's office stated that the criminals were charged with robbery with a firearm.
"We hope they will stay locked up for a long, long time," the sheriff's office wrote on Facebook.
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