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Orlando Drug Dealer Arrested after Crashing Vehicle, Running from Police

The Orlando Police Department’s TAC Unit has removed another suspected drug dealer and convicted felon off the streets after a traffic stop turned into a chase. Police recovered a gun and various drugs.




According to local police, the suspect, Oseii Mack, took off from an attempted traffic stop before eventually crashing his vehicle into a police car and then making a run for it.

OPD said officers observed several suspected narcotics transactions before the suspect entered a red Kia and took off. That’s when a traffic stop was attempted, but the suspect drove through an apartment complex before crashing head-on into a stopped patrol vehicle, according to police. The suspect took off running as OPD officers followed and eventually arrested him.

He’s now facing charges of Aggravated Fleeing with Property Damage, Leaving the Scene of an Accident with Property Damage, Driving While License Suspended, Carrying a Concealed Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Trafficking in MDMA with a Firearm, Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell and Resisting an Officer Without Violence.

Under Mayor Buddy Dyer, local crime, guns, and drugs all remain problems around Orlando and downtown. Police remind all residents to remember, “See Something, Say Something” by calling Crimeline or 9-1-1.

You can call Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS (8477) where your information will be taken in strictest confidence. Your identity will be protected and you will never have to give your name. You will be given a confidential tip code number. Tips that lead to the felony arrest of suspects and/or the recovery of stolen property and drugs may be eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000. All tips eligible for a reward are paid to tipsters using an anonymous process. Remember, if you witness a crime in progress, you should call 911.

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