Man Accused of Armed Threats in Broward After Sister Evicted

Following his sister’s eviction from their house, a 33-year-old Fort Lauderdale man is accused of repeatedly threatening two cousins with a revolver.

On September 12, about 1 p.m., Carlin Daronte Jacobs reportedly accosted the couple outside their house in the 2600 block of Northwest 14 Street.

The arrest report states that Jacobs came up in a Dodge Journey, got out, and declared he would defend his family while pulling a black and purple 9mm pistol from his pocket.

The article said that his relatives had had enough of Jacobs’ sister’s arguments and had expelled her days ago.

The next day at around 11 p.m., Jacobs returned with the rifle, stood in front of the couple silently, and then drove off. However, he came back two hours later with the revolver in his pocket and yanked his female cousin’s hair before driving off once again, according to the investigators.

On September 14, about 2:00 p.m., she contacted 911 and said that Jacobs was “banging at her door.” He was in a Dodge that was parked in front of a residence when cops arrived, according to reports.

When questioned, Jacobs said the revolver discovered in the SUV’s glove box belonged to a lady who was riding in the Dodge with him and denied threatening his relatives. Investigators said she acknowledged ownership of the firearm but claimed to have left it at home.

According to documents, Jacobs was detained and charged with four charges of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon, public exhibition of a handgun, and operating a vehicle while having a license that has been suspended.

He was freed on Saturday after posting bail of $11,125 at the Broward County Jail.

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