POMPANO BEACH, FL – Pompano Beach lawmakers arrested two suspects and found weapons and ammunition after being warned of a stolen vehicle. According to authorities, around 11:45 p.m., Wednesday, January 12, Broward Sheriff’s deputies in the Pompano Beach District responded to an alarm about a vehicle that had been stolen from the city of Miramar. The vehicle, a 2021 Porsche Macan, was spotted by a deputy in the area of West Atlantic Boulevard and South Cypress Road and was tracked by aviation units to a residence at 101 NW 30th Ave. and Pompano Beach.
The driver, Adolph Giunta, 21, and the passenger, Jamaal Sims, 18, left the vehicle and fled toward the home. When Sims left the vehicle, he was seen throwing a firearm onto the roof of an adjacent structure. A perimeter was established and deputies contacted several on-site test subjects and detained Giunta and Sims.
Giunta turned out to be in possession of a Glock 17 firearm, which contained a magazine with 30 rounds. The firearm discarded on the roof by Sims was recovered and turned out to be a Glock 19 with a shot in the chamber and nine more shots on the magazine. In addition, an AR-15 rifle was found fully loaded with a 40-round magazine inside the stolen vehicle.
Giunta is accused of a grand theft of a motor vehicle and of committing a third-degree crime with a weapon. Sims is accused of carrying a concealed firearm, tampering with evidence and violation. Suspected booking photos were not available at the time of publication.
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