Based on the yellow wig mentioned in the police report. I'm guessing, and I could be wrong, it's this.Anyone know enough about the inner workings of Mansion to know which animatronics the clothes were stolen from?
Also after reading the police report, he took geotagged pictures of everything he stole and pictures of himself and his friends wearing it.
He is the dumbest criminal.
That's a big stretch. The line in the police report and in the article at the top of this thread really don't give any detail beyond the fact that Buzzy WAS stolen in a separate, later theft from the clothes: "“We had also recently learned that the entire Buzzy animatronic was later stolen from the attraction, separately from the clothing."I’m not one to throw out a hyperbole, but according to the police report, that above tweet literally falls perfectly into the case.
I could not believe the comments on his videos that I was reading. Everybody was like "you should sue!" despite the fact he admits to trespassing in the video which alone could have and should have had him banned from Disney property. Does anyone have a brain these days?I think he legitimately thought he was steps ahead of the police... hence his bold modifications of things and spin doctoring after he got his first scare. He apparently didn't grasp that the investigation could still be ongoing and the police aren't always going to tip their hat on everything they have on you.
His lawyer is going to have to try to fight to supress the evidence... or quickly work out a plea deal. He's toast.
Correction from my earlier reply: He's out on bail. But he's going to jail for a long time unless he gets an insane plea deal. When sentencing comes around, the judge will get to see all the arrogance and sense of self-satisfaction he's displayed regarding his crimes.Surprisingly he's still able to post on Twitter. He's just complaing about how bad the wifi is in Jail and mentioned about the mugshots memes.
It’s not jumping to any conclusion to say that this kid is a criminal. Maybe he didn’t physically steal the buzzy items but he definitely possessed them at what time and he definitely knew more than he was saying about what happened to them.Sure, but why jump to any conclusions?
Some Clothes were in rotation to be cleaned.Sounds like it was extra clothes for one of the ballroom figures.
I was talking on relation to the clothing off the animatronic. I think you overlooked this part: “and I’m alluding to the clothes as in podcasts, it was said that WDI took buzzy”That's a big stretch. The line in the police report and in the article at the top of this thread really don't give any detail beyond the fact that Buzzy WAS stolen in a separate, later theft from the clothes: "“We had also recently learned that the entire Buzzy animatronic was later stolen from the attraction, separately from the clothing."
I sure as hell want to know how someone pulled this off, but that one line does not back up everything Kinsey said.
Considering how wrong some people's sources have been about this whole situation, jumping to conclusions doesn't seem smart.
It also says they have 17 other items stolen and sold by Spikes and will open other investigations into them. He’s already looking at 3 felonies just for selling the HM dress and stealing 11 HM items (only mentions the dress as being sold). And that’s just the items he sold to one person for around $9000 total. He apparently sold other items to another person for $21000.The arrest warrant:
https://orlando-rising.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Buzzy-Disney-World-arrest-warrant_Redacted.pdf. It says that they have pictures with Buzzys clothing as evidence...
This is advanced stupid.Spikes would later make a Youtube video about this search, but when he showed the warrant in the video, he digitally altered the search warrant to remove the tan bag and the animatronic clothing from the section of the warrant that lists the evidence being sought in the house. The fact that Spikes altered the warrant for his video and only removed these two items indicate that he was aware these items were used in a crime.
A Twitter account is an interesting way to advertise your stolen goods business...The YouTube video he posted in March now seems especially arrogant and stupid. He edits an arrest warrant to make himself look better and accuses the Orange County Sheriff's Office of going after him only because Disney was angry about backstage photos? Good grief.