Man Who Fled from Deputies in Verona Believed to Have Robbed Florida Walgreens
The man accused of assaulting and fleeing from sheriff's deputies in Verona on Monday is believed to have robbed a Walgreens store in Pensacola, Florida.
David Vaughn, 32, allegedly walked into a Walgreens in that Florida city on Wednesday morning, pointed a gun a clerk, and demanded pills.
He reportedly got away with opioids.
Vaughn then allegedly fled in a maroon Nissan Rogue.
The Escambia County Sheriff's Office shared images of a man believed to be Vaughn on its Facebook page in a post that has been shared more than seven thousand times.
He is also accused of assaulting two sheriff's deputies from Boone County after they were called to a Marathon station on Verona-Mud Lick Road Monday morning.
The 341-pound Vaughn was too large for handcuffs and was able to fight off the deputies before fleeing in a vehicle.
That car was later found in Indiana but Vaughn was not nearby.
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Image via Escambia Co. Sheriff's Office