Teen, Lamborghini driver die in Easter Day shootout at Orlando park; woman killed on nearby porch
A teen and man died on Easter after shooting at each other during an argument near Poppy Park in Orlando, striking and killing a woman sitting on a porch nearby, according to the Orlando Police Department.
Want to rent a Lamborghini at Orlando International Airport? Better reserve one fast
ORLANDO, Fla. – The white Lamborghini Huracan roared one more time in a parking lot at the Orlando International Airport before “Fast Rob” rolled it onto a flat-bed truck and drove it back to Miami. A customer flying in from New York ordered it to be delivered at the airport for when he landed. MPH Club is based in Miami but Rob said the Orlando office is growing quickly and demand over the next few weeks is high. Of those who want to travel, Orlando remains one of their top destinations.”Cronk said spring break travel could restore hotel occupancy in Central Florida to December levels. “Compared to last year (spring break) we were looking at 10-12% occupancy in early April,” Cronk said.
Miami man pleads guilty to using COVID loan for Lamborghini
A South Florida man has pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining $3.9 million in federal coronavirus loans and using some of the money to buy a Lamborghini Huracan. David Hines, of Miami, rubbed his forehead in apparent shame as he pleaded guilty to federal charges including bank fraud at a hearing Wednesday held via videoconference because of COVID-19 restrictions. The Paycheck Protection Program represents billions of dollars in forgivable small business loans for Americans struggling because of the pandemic. It’s part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, which became federal law in March. Use the form below to sign up for the ClickOrlando.com Strange Florida newsletter, sent every Friday.
Florida man buys Lamborghini with $3.9 million from federal coronavirus loans, prosecutors say
MIAMI – A South Florida man fraudulently obtained $3.9 million in federal coronavirus relief loans, using some of the money to buy a $318,000 Lamborghini Huracan, prosecutors said. Hines applied to a bank for approximately $13.5 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans on behalf of different companies, according to a criminal complaint. Hines bought the Lamborghini within days of the receiving the money, prosecutors said. The Paycheck Protection Program represents billions of dollars in forgivable small business loans for Americans struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, which became federal law in March.
5-year-old pulled over driving parents’ SUV to ‘buy a Lamborghini’
Published: May 5, 2020, 9:35 am Updated: May 6, 2020, 11:35 amA 5-year-old boy was pulled over by Utah Highway Patrol after trying to drive to California to buy a Lamborghini. They pulled the car over and found the 5-year-old in the driver's seat, barely reaching the pedals. The child had apparently gotten into a fight with his mom when she said she wouldn't buy him the luxury Lamborghini. A sibling was supposed to be watching him while his parents were away. No one was hurt and no property was damaged, but charges could still be filed against the parents.