Facebook Live video showed cops in SWAT gear bursting into a Florida home moments after the shirtless occupant flashed a wad of cash at the camera and proclaimed: “This s--- don’t stop.”
Breon Hollings, 22, a convicted felon, got the shock of his life when the SWAT team showed up at his house Thursday during the online broadcast, the Jacksonville County Sheriff’s Office reported. The video has been viewed on YouTube more than 1 million times.
In the video, Hollings stopped what he was doing when he heard officers outside on a loudspeaker, Fox 30 Jacksonville reported. He then looked out of a window and ran out of the room.
“This is Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. We have a search warrant,” a voice rang out, followed by loud bangs.
Neighbors said the officers used flash grenades as they entered the premises.
“It sounded like bombs going off,” one neighbor told the station.
SWAT team members were seen entering and leaving the room before the video ended.
Deputies raided the house without knowing about the Facebook Live video or being tipped off to it, the station reported.
Cops seized a handgun, crack cocaine, ammo, Oxydodone pills, cash and drug paraphernalia, WTLV reported while confirming that the video was authentic.
Hollings was jailed on drug and weapon charges.
Hollings has a lengthy rap sheet that includes previous drug charges, according to The Miami Herald reported.