Friday night got heated in the Estada townhomes near Town Center mall. Irving Feingold was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Multiple sources have provided details on the incident.
It all started, according to 18-year-old Eric King, with an incident on nearby roads where Feingold allegedly cut King off. Feingold then followed to King’s home – both live in Estada – and a confrontation ensued. During that confrontation Feingold drew a low-caliber pistol from its holster. Sources differ on whether he pointed the gun at King or merely unholstered it, but that doesn’t seem like much of a difference.
From the alleged victim:
If you want a story look up 81 year old man points gun at teen. It was Friday night and I was the victim.
I just wanna make it clear to everyone that if he “felt threatened for his life” then why did he follow me to my house and wait for me to come back outside just so he could point a gun at me?
And that’s besides the fact that I live on the other side of the neighborhood from him and he [drove] past his house to go to mine to point a gun at me in front of my family.
Thanks for reading this. Please let me know if you can make a story. Thanks.
From what we can tell, King is a recent grad of Olympic Heights with a sense of humor and friends.
The story reminds us of a recent case where retired dentist Wayne Tover was acquitted by a jury after a “road rage” incident where he actually shot into a car with teens. Feingold’s defense that he was in fear of his life may be undercut if King is correct that Feingold followed him to his home.
Estada is southwest of Glades and St. Andrews.
A reader alerted us to a confrontation at Northwest Sandalfoot Plaza. Deputies with guns drawn arrested two men. See the video.
Back in May we mentioned Alexander Drzewucki (46) in one of our arrest stories. He’d been picked up on a warrant from Broward County.
Well, Friday he was arrested on various charges in Palm Beach County. It’s quite a list:
Domestic Battery by Strangulation
Kidnapping or False Imprisonment
Tampering in a Felony Proceeding
His reported address is in Sandalfoot Cove (east of 441). Court records show a substantial history for Mr. Drzewucki including multiple felony cases in Palm Beach County and a couple in Broward, one of which is still pending.
Sheriff’s records show he remains in custody at this writing.
Adriana Colon (26) was arrested by deputies on Thursday for Grand Theft. Ms. Colon has a significant history in the Palm Beach court system, with several cases including two prior felonies.
In 2011 she was charged with petit theft, marijuana possession and something to do with transporting drugs. That charge was “downfiled” to misdemeanors.
In 2010 she was charged with felony retail theft, and that charge was also downfiled to five counts of petit theft and all of those were dropped by prosecutors.
She also has had quite a few cases in Broward, including two separate felony incidents in 2012 and another in January of 2014.
On the bright side we didn’t find any cases in Miami-Dade.
On the new case, whatever she’s accused of allegedly occurred in December of 2013. However, the charge was not filed until late July. Delays like long often indicate problems for the prosecution.
Her reported address is in Mizner Pointe off Boca Rio. She was released the same day she was arrested.
Julian Maura was arrested on Friday by Florida Highway Patrol and charged with Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle. Despite being only 19 years old, this is not the first felony case the Olympic Heights High School graduate has faced. Back in December he was arrested for the same thing by Boca Raton Police, as covered by our friends at Boca News Now.
Police then wrote:
On Thursday, December 19, members of the Boca Raton Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit located a stolen Dodge Charger in the area of 1400 West Glades Road. The driver of the vehicle was Julian Maura. Inside the car, officers located an iPod that showed the auto burglary victim’s name on the screen, along with a credit card belonging to another resident of 1401 South Federal Hwy.
Maura admitted to stealing the Charger Friday night when he was at a party. Maura also admitted to breaking into several cars at 1401 S. Federal Hwy. He also confessed to breaking into cars on Monday night in another jurisdiction.
Mr. Maura was sentenced in that case to 147 days in county jail and 2 years probation. He now faces a violation of probation charge for the new offense, along with the new charges. At this writing he remains in custody.
He was apparently not a happy camper in the days leading up to his arrest.
Mr. Maura’s reported address is in the Boca Park townhouses off Palmetto Circle.