NWGA Scanner | October 2nd, 2022

Boat stolen from Michigan recovered in Whitfield County, Florida woman and Nevada man arrested

According to a Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office incident report, On September 20th, 2022, at 9:49 PM, Lt. O’Mahony located a BOLO ( Be on the lookout) Boat being pulled by a tan Dodge Ram on Connector 3. According to the report, A concerned citizen called 911 after spotting a $35,000 stolen Crownline boat out of Mecosta, Michigan, from Lakeside Motor Sports. The caller recognized the Boat by the color, the 250 motor and the name of Lakeside Motor Sports on the rear of the Boat. According to the report, The caller advised that another vehicle was blocking him from attempting to get the tag number and trying to kill him by running him off the road. Lt. O’Mahony stopped the Dodge as it turned into the One9 Truck Stop at 243 Connector 3. Lt. O’Mahony was assisted by Deputies Dennison and Robledo. The driver, later identified as Daniela Aguero, 21, of Spring Hill, Florida, stated she was heading somewhere in Florida to deliver the Boat. According to the report, “Ms. Aguero then asked why she was being stopped. Lt. O’Mahony advised Ms. Aguero that the Boat was possibly stolen and did she know who the Boat belonged to. Ms. Aguero stated she did not know who owned the Boat her and her husband were asked to deliver the Boat to Florida by one of her husband’s friends. Ms. Aguero stated that she picked up the Boat somewhere in Tennessee but did not have any paperwork for the Boat. “The caller arrived on the scene and assisted deputies in locating the VIN on the Boat. The caller stated that he was then recognized as the one previously stolen from their lot in Mecosta, Michigan. The Boat returned stolen with a delayed hit through Michigan. Michigan State Police Trooper Dillon advised he was the investigating trooper and advised deputies of details surrounding the theft. According to the report, “While speaking with Trooper Dillon, Mr. Osdany Tabares Miliani, 25, pos Las Vegas, NV, arrived and walked up to Deputies Dennison and Robledo. Due to an extreme language barrier, Deputy Robledo spoke with Mr. Miliani.” Aguero and Miliani were both placed under arrest and transported to the Whitfield County Jail. Aguero was charged with felony theft by bringing stolen property into the State and affixing a plate to conceal or misrepresent. Miliani was charged with felony theft by bringing stolen property into the State.