‘This is the sketch:’ video shows manhunt for trespass on Disney World Island


Laka Buana Visa, Fla. More than a dozen Orange County Sheriff depots tried to locate a triceps accused in April at a closed Walt Disney World theme park camping on an island in the resort, video obtained by News 6 shows.

42-year-old Richard McGuire was arrested for allegedly camping at Disney’s former Discovery Island Zoological Park, while the entire resort was closed due to a coronovirus epidemic.

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As the duties discovered by land, air and water in an attempt to locate McGuire, the suspected superintendent recorded the video hidden on the island.

“Disney World is not a game. Disney World is not (expletive) playing,” McGuire said in a video, recently posted on his YouTube channel, showing him covering himself with leaves because The sheriff’s helicopter can be heard circling overhead.

McGuire pleaded not guilty to torturing Disney, a wrongful imprisonment that carries a maximum sentence of one year in prison.

How the manhunt appeared on Discovery Island, an 11-acre island in the middle of Disney’s Bay Lake, shows that the newly released video shows an 11-acre island in the middle of Disney’s Bay Lake , Which once stood at animal demonstrations, walking avenues, and refreshments.

The former park, accessible only by boat, was closed to the public in 1999, a year after Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park opened.

A wildlife trail camera, such as that used by hunters and biologists, photographed a man on Discovery Island shortly before 7:00 am on April 30, Disney security officials reported.

The video posted on McGuire’s YouTube channel indicated that he traveled to the island last night around 11 a.m. using a small boat, which he carried to the Disney property on the roof of his van.

Trapped by an Disney camera photographed about an hour ago, McGuire can be seen drying his shoes in front of a campfire on a YouTube video that appears to have ignited inside a building on the island.

“You guys, if you ever do that, be respectful to the next people. Who are the explorers,” McGarr said on a YouTube video. “If you have a fire, make sure you put it out the next day. I have been doing this since 2004 and I have never caught fire. “

Around 8 am, two depots took a boat across Bay Lake and began exploring the island.

Deputies’ body-wear cameras show him holding a gun as they search for trappassers inside the dilapidated buildings of the former park and with bell-tangled trails.

A deputy said he should be elsewhere, as he felt more law enforcement officers would be needed to cover the island.

Hours later, three teams of deputation arrived on Discovery Island by boat and began destroying the property as the Sheriff’s helicopter flew overhead.

In a video posted on McGuire’s YouTube channels, deputies’ voices can be heard in the background as he appears to be hiding with them.

“They’re talking to me,” McGuire said on the video. “The island is surrounded.”

For more than an hour, Depot trekked through the rusted animal cages of the former zoo, demolished the toilet and demolished the boardwalk, many times using matches to coarse brush through.

“This is the best game of hide and seek,” a deputy joked.

“Dude, this is the sketch,” his partner replied.

Unable to detect the trespass, deputies put an end to the ground search, but Disney employees continued to look from the shore to the island.

Before leaving the island, a deputy said, “We probably left just before that.”

Around 8:00 pm, deputies were recalled to Walt Disney World when a man, who later identified himself as McGuire, was seen crossing Bay Lake in a motorized boat.

Deputy duties swarmed a closed Disney theme park during a manhunt for a trampasser.

“I just wore it. Exited the flat, ”McGuire said shortly after contacting a deputy on shore and taking the boat out of the water.

“Did you camp ?,” the deputy asked.

“Yes,” McGuire replied. “This is a paradise. I was going to be there for about a week. “

As McGuire was handcuffed and placed in a patrol car, deputies located his camouflage van with a stride, which read “Wildlife Field Biologist”.

Near the van, which is said to have been illegally parked in an alley behind homes in Orange County’s Horizons West neighborhood, deputies encountered a woman as McGarr’s girlfriend.

Although she originally refused to know anything about McGuire, the unnamed woman later admitted that McGuire was on her YouTube channel, to shoot video for a show of cameras worn in deputies’ bodies.

“I said (McGuire), ‘Look, if you’re in trouble, count me out. I’m not part of it,'” the woman explained to the deputation. “I love her, but not as much.”

Even though McGarr’s criminal case is still on trial, new videos showing him on Discovery Island have been posted on his YouTube page as recently as last week.

In his recent video, McGuire told his 2,300 YouTube channel subscribers, “Luckily, I’ve already taken my daughter Disney World. “Who doesn’t want to go and have it all?”

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