Alfie Oakes Arrested: Why was Alfie Oakes Arrested? Charges Explained: The arrest news of Alfie Oakes is currently in the news. The netizens are looking forward to knowing more about it. Naples grocer Alfie Oakes faces a charge of disorderly conduct after a brawl has happened at a South Florida casino, as stated by officials. On Sunday, Oakes (53-years-old) was trying to cash in casino chips at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, but he declined to provide identification, a Seminole Police Department mouthpiece stated. The Seminole Tribe of Florida possesses the casino in Hollywood, which offers guests a selection of 3,100 slots, closely 200 table games, and a 45-table poker room. Follow More Update On Phoosi.com
Alfie Oakes Arrested
Seminole Police mouthpiece Gary Bitner informed the news outlet that “Oakes reportedly tried to approach security staff in an aggressive manner. While being handcuffed, he reportedly tensed and pulled away from officers.” He was lodged into Broward County Jail and was released on a $25 bond.
Why was Alfie Oakes Arrested?
Oakes, a farmer, and major food retailer and distributor are always used to be in controversy, and this controversy is not a new thing for him. When asked for comment, Oakes penned in an email to the news outlet that the casino was giving him a tough time cashing in chips, but that he was never asked for identification “when they took my money”.
He further added, “sore losers! $8700.00 in winning (minus) $25.00 bond. $8675.00 to the good…still not a bad night.” The possessor of Oakes Farms, Seed to Table, Oakes Farm Market And Food & Thought, is a self-created businessman, known for both his success and his strong political and personal views, adopt at public forums and via social media. Oakes participated in the “Save America March” in Washington, D.C. on the day of the hoots at the Capitol and funded 2 busloads of local supporters to attend the pro-Trump rally.
He rejected any engagement in the insurrection, informing the news outlet after he came back from the rally that protestors were “supporting freedom and liberty”. He accused left-wing activists of the siege on the United States Captiol, explaining his trip as wonderful.
He Explained Coronavirus As A “Hoax”
He is a major supplier of fresh produce and other foods, not just via his own private retail and distribution channels, but via federal contracts. In the year 2020, he opposed Collier County’s mask order, rejecting to follow it in his stores and challenging it in court. He explained Coronavirus as a “hoax”.
The Lee County School District concluded its food supply contract with Oakes after he explained both the pandemic and the Black Live Matter movement as hoaxes and called George Floyd a “disgraceful career criminal.”