SEFFNER, Fla. - The video paints a very vivid picture.
An unsuspecting 71-year-old store clerk by the name of Hasimbhai Indawala was robbed and beaten Sunday at his convenience store located at 102 Highway 92 W and Kingsway Road in Seffner.
As it turns out, Debbie Carter with the Hillsborough Sheriff's Office says, this was only one stop on the crime spree trail.
James Misleveck, 18, and James Newman, 29, were escapees from a Wisconsin prison and have been out since July 17.
"My understanding is that they escaped from a facility up there and that they have been on the run ever since and somehow ended up in Hillsborough County and Seffner," says Carter.
They started when they kidnapped a woman in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, stole $500 from her and took off in her car.
Carter says they then took to the road, and at this point there is no telling how many crimes, if any, they committed before getting to Florida. That is still being investigated by authorities.
Once they got to Hillsborough County, they heinously beat Indawala and robbed his store on July 22.
Immediately following, they went on the run again, this time, about four hours to Broward County, where their story of crime would came to an end.
"It started with a suspicious person and when the Seminole Tribe Police responded because the vehicle was at the hotel casino and when they ran the tag, it came back as stolen out of Wisconsin, says Carter. "Somehow they got into a pursuit and several of the agencies eventually apprehended them."
The two are being held in Broward County at this time. As for the store clerk from Seffner, we are told by deputies that he is still in the hospital in critical condition.
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