“Outlaw” And “Cage Fighter” Threatens Daytona Officers

By on March 13, 2019 in WNDB News

Daytona Beach, FL – A man who claimed to be a cage fighter and member of the Outlaw Motorcycle Club ends up in handcuffs after threatening Daytona Beach police.

On Sunday (March 10th), Daytona Beach police were investigating a disturbance on South Atlantic Avenue when 33-year-old Joshua Vinson was told to leave, as he was interfering with their investigation.

After several times of being told to stop, Vinson was arrested and placed in handcuffs. During his arrest, he mentioned multiple times that he was a cage fighter. He also threatened to kill one of the officers while he was being searched.

While being placed into a prisoner wagon, Vinson made several hostile movements towards a Daytona Beach police sergeant, trying multiple times to headbutt him.

Vinson continued to resist officers, which caused officers to subdue him and bring him to the ground, which is when he hit his head on the pavement.

After he was secured in leg shackles, DBPD called for transport to Halifax Health Medical Center so Vinson could be observed for injuries.

Prior to getting transported, Vinson told an officer that he was a member of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club and that he was going to kill their entire family.

After searching Vinson, officers found three plastic baggies containing cocaine.

Vinson was later transported to Volusia County Jail, where he was charged with possession of cocaine, resisting an officer without violence and battery and threats against a law enforcement officer.

Records show that Vinson is no longer in custody at VCJ.



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