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David Allen Boileau Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Hate Crimes towards an Iraqi Family, Arrest, Charges, Burglary & Hate Crimes

David Allen Boileau Genesis of Hate towards an Iraqi family plus their children

David Allen Boileau Biography

David Allen Boileau was born on January 17th, 1961. He is resident of Holiday, Florida charged with burglary but may soon be facing separate state and federal hate crime charges based on an investigation by Pasco County Sheriff’s deputies released on Friday, January 26th.

Boileau moved into a Holiday neighborhood where an Iraqi family already lived, the sheriff said, and told deputies wearing body cameras that he did not like the family and they “shouldn’t be here because of their nation of origin.”

Boileau was quoted saying that if he wasn’t able to force them out, “Trump will handle it.”

David Allen Boileau to be Investigated for Burglary and Hate Crimes

David Allen Boileau is in police custody on the burglary charge, he s moreover being investigated by state and federal authorities for alleged hate crimes.

Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco said Boileau targeted an Iraqi-American family in the neighborhood in which he just moved with threats, an alleged burglary, throwing nails and screws in the road to flatten the tires of a car belonging to one of the family’s relatives and, for rifling through the family’s mailbox and looking at mail. Another neighbor who phoned the police witnessed the latter.

When deputies confronted Boileau, he stated that he wanted the Middle Eastern family out and vowed to help achieve that adding that if he was ultimately unsuccessful in forcing them out, that Pres. Donald Trump would “handle it.”

The Sherriff said Boileau made statements to deputies, who the sheriff said were wearing body cameras, that “he doesn’t like them and wished they weren’t in this community, which is ironic because he’s the one who moved into our community. He explicitly made those statements that he did not want them here he was going to make it his point to get them out of our community.”

Nocco was frank and clear about the reasons his department asked the Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney’s Office and the FBI Tampa field office to further investigate Boileau for alleged hate crimes.

Nocco said in addition to being “absolutely disgusting, horrific and heartbreaking,” the fact that the family includes four young children who by extension were also targeted, makes it all the more disturbing. Nocco said his department wants the children to know it’s there to protect them.

David Allen Boileau Genesis of Hate towards an Iraqi family plus their children

The Sherriff stated that the ramifications of the hate and harassment by Boileau towards his new neighbours and their children down the road are “scary.”

“To us what’s most disturbing is when there are children involved,” he said. “We want to make sure these children know the sheriff’s office and the community is there for them. This should never happen.

We want to send a clear message to make sure they are protected.

The burglary occurred Tuesday, Jan. 22. But the alleged hate crimes being investigated began a day before.

Boileau had just moved into the house on Pinehurst Drive in Holiday. The family that he targeted had been living in the neighborhood since 2015.

The sheriff said on Monday, January, 21st that Boileau threw nails and screws in the road to possibly puncture the tires of a relative of the family.

A day later, on Tuesday, January 22nd, a neighbor saw and then record Boileau yell through the windows of the family’s home, walk around back and then later, come out the front door. The neighbor told Boileau they were calling the police. Boileau was arrested and according to reports, admitted to deputies that he entered their house, through an unlocked door, and went through their mailbox and made the statements about hoping to get rid of the family. Nocco said it’s not known if he was armed during the alleged burglary but when arrested had a pocket knife and a lighter.

David Allen Boileau In Police Custody

Boileau is locked up in the Pasco County jail on a felony charge of burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. His bond, according to online records, is $2500. It’s not clear if he is simultaneously being held while the state and the federal investigation is underway.

David Allen Boileau History of Crimes

Boileau has an outstanding history involving warrants for petty theft in Highlands County, Florida, the Pasco Sheriff’s Office confirmed. Few other details on that case have been made public. It’s reported that Highlands is deferring to Pasco currently and will not be looking to extradite Boileau as of yet.

Boileau was arrested in Pinellas County, the next county over from Pasco, several times.
According to court and police records, charges and convictions there include disorderly conduct, careless driving, twice, driving under the influence, and violation of probation.

Who is David Allen Boileau?

Boileau says on his Facebook page that he works in a factory making paint rollers. Boileau is originally from Wisconsin and lived in North Carolina in the 1980s. He moved to the Tampa Bay area in 1991, his Facebook shows.

He has posted a number of times on social media including one sinister post where he complains that neighbors have called authorities on him for fires he burns in his backyard. Nearby houses can be seen in images.

“I’m starting the grill hoppe these bored Myers don’t fFUC* ing call again. Get a Fuckin* Life!!!!!”

So mom was great tired but slèrt I’m starting the grill hoppe these bored Myers don’t fFUC* ing call again. Get a Fuckin* Life!!!!!

Posted by Dave Boileau on Wednesday, December 19, 2018



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