WFLA County, Florida (WFLA). A Florida man was arrested Sunday after he was accused of throwing a child on the side of the road for believing the child was gay.
Heinz police arrested Evinod Julmos, 30, of Heinz on Sunday night, after seeing a crying young man under 18, carrying a gym bag containing various items at the station.
The policeman asked the child what had happened, and the child replied that Officer Golems had taken him out of the house because he thought he was gay.
The police report did not reveal the exact connection between Julius and the boy.
The boy reported to the officer that after an argument about it, Julius told him to put his bags in the car and get into it. Yulmeus followed the child up a hill on Highway 27 near the Heinz Police Department. The boy claimed that Wilmius ordered him out and said, “The police will find you a new home.”
When the child got off the bus, Wilmius came home.
The police station reported that the boy was at the police station without food, water, money and a phone.
Police say that someone who was passing near the police station witnessed the entire incident and called the police station to report the incident.
The report states that when the boy’s mother was able to ask Julius about the whereabouts of her son, Julius explained to her the events that were taking place and that she was looking forward to pursuing him there was a police station.
Then the woman went to the bathroom to look for her son.
Yilmus was arrested and charged with child abuse.
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