Caesar Sayoc has a doozy of a criminal record, and we’re not just talking traffic tickets.
Take a look at what Kelly Cohen from the Washington Examiner surfaced:
Washington Examiner had more details, including a BOMB THREAT in 2002:
Cesar Alteri Sayoc Jr, 56, was taken into custody outside an AutoZone store in Plantation, Fla., according to multiple reports. He is is a resident of Aventura, Fla., and was arrested at an AutoZone store in nearby Plantation, Fla. at around 10:30 a.m. local time Friday.
Sayoc is a registered Republican in Florida who last voted this year, according to the nexis database. He registered as a GOP voter 11 days before the 2016 Florida primary and early-voted in Miami-Dade County in the 2018 midterm elections. Sayoc’s white van was covered in what law enforcement officials described as “right wing paraphernalia.”
The Broward County clerk of courts lists Sayoc as having been charged with felonies in 1991, 2004, and 2013. In addition, he was charged with domestic violence against his mother Viola Alitieri in 1994 and faced a drug court case in 2004.
Sayoc also faced eight traffic violation charges, one a criminal offense, and five parking offenses. There was a home foreclosure case against him in 2009. The most recent case against him was a misdemeanor offense in 2014.
Public records show he has a past address in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as well as in New Jersey. Sayoc’s public records show he has an extensive criminal history that includes arrests for making a bomb threat, battery, and felony grand theft. Sayoc has been arrested several times in Broward County, Fla., dating back to 1991, with his most recent arrest in 2014.