Florida Amazon Driver Robbed at Gunpoint by a Pair of Convicted Criminals in Terrifying Video

Career Criminals Arkimase Divinard, 22, and Joel Junior Aime, 23, are in the Orange County Jail after they robbed an Amazon delivery van and terrorized the driver at gunpoint in the robbery that happened on January 13 in Orange County.

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The robbery was caught on a dashcam video. It shows the two recidivist lowlifes robbing the van of packages and taking the driver’s wallet and cell phone while going through his pockets and sticking a gun to his neck, all during broad daylight.

Orange County Sheriff’s Investigators said the driver was parked at an apartment complex and delivering packages when two men were waiting for him when he returned to the truck.

Arkimase Divinard                         Joel Aime

In the Video, one man, later identified as Arkimase Divinard, is shown holding a pistol to the driver’s neck while relieving him of his wallet and cell phone. He then headed to the back of the van and stole ten packages.

Aime was on the lookout and spent most of the time outside the van and only stuck his head inside the truck when Divinard went to the back of the van.

According to the sheriff’s office, the Amazon driver was not hurt during the crime.

According to criminal records, Divinard’s most recent jail time was three years for carjacking without a firearm/deadly weapon. He was released in November 2022. His prior convictions include battery on a person over 65 and robbery without a deadly weapon.

Divinard and Aime, who both have lengthy criminal histories, share 85 felony charges and 11 felony convictions between the two of them. Many comments on social media want to know how criminals with that many arrests are out on the street.

They’re out there because crimes committed as a juvenile don’t count, that’s why. Maybe someday we’ll get serious about crime and punishment.

“We hope they will stay locked up for a long, long time,” OCSO wrote on social media.

According to Fox 35 Orlando, a witness flagged down deputies after watching the robbery near the Caden Apartments at 1953 Americana Blvd.

The outlet reported that the Amazon driver told deputies he noticed a Black male standing near the driver’s side of the truck after completing a delivery. When the driver got inside the car, a second Black male entered the van’s cargo area and demanded that the driver give up his belongings while pointing a gun at him.

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The video footage, witness descriptions, and tattoos identified Divinard and Aime.

The pair fled the scene in a white van. Aime was later seen in a white Honda van and was arrested.

Divinard was identified by his tattoos, which are all cataloged in arrest and prison records. The delivery driver made it easy for deputies to find Divinard as he had the Find My iPhone app installed on his stolen phone, which led deputies to Divinard’s home address.

Divinard and Aime are now in the Orange County Jail, held without bond and charged with robbery with a firearm, according to the sheriff’s office.

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