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Being a bouncer at a club can be difficult but this goes beyond the job description. Sometimes, for whatever reasons, people need to be removed. Like Junior Lopez. Junior didn’t like that he was kicked out.

According to NBC2, an altercation erupted early this morning in downtown Fort Myers where a driver attempted to run over a bouncer and then smashed into the building. It happened at Firestone Skybar. As the man sped towards the bouncers in his vehicle, they moved. He then smashed into the building.

Junior Lopez now faces a host of charges

Including four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill (which, really, he was trying to kill), two counts of DUI, and one count of driving with an expired license. I didn’t check, but I’m assuming he’s also banned from the bar.

Firestone’s got a pretty solid ladies night. Good crowd, Stan & Haney would recommend.

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Top Ten Most Stolen Cars In Florida

Top Ten Most Stolen Cars In Florida in 2021

Driving in Florida is no easy task.  Living here in the Sunshine State, especially here in South Florida, we know traffic is THE WORST!

The snowbirds will be here before we know it.  How is that even possible?  Spring training will be here before we know it.  And will the construction ever stop?  The short answer, is it won’t, at least not any time soon.  Not as long as people keep moving here in droves, day after day.

So, what could make our daily commutes even worse?  Waking up to find our vehicle has been stolen would do the trick.

The crew over at Car Scoops put together a list of not only the top ten most stolen cars in Florida, but also in every state across the nation.

According to the study from Car Scoops, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reports that a pickup truck was the most commonly stolen vehicle type in 36 of America’s 50 states. In fact, in 27 states, pickups were the two most commonly stolen vehicles.

Hopefully,  you won’t see your vehicle on the list below.  But, if you do, be careful out there and ALWAYS lock your doors.