Police Arrest Security Alarm Company Salesman

@Cops&Cons obtained a video where citizen’s suspicions about an aggressive “security system salesman” ends with that salesman in handcuffs and awaiting extradition to Texas.
39-year-old Khristopher S. Kiwanuka – a resident of Van Nuys, California – was booked into the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility at 1:54 p.m. Tuesday (August 9, 2022) on a felony fugitive from justice charge and is being held on no bond, according to Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly.

Kiwanuka was wanted in Texas for failure to appear in court on charges of marijuana possession greater than two ounces, theft of a firearm and unlawful carrying of a weapon.

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47 thoughts on “Police Arrest Security Alarm Company Salesman

  1. @ 5:29 while I understand the guy being upset, what I don't understand is why they think it's their right to argue and challenge authority on things they have no right to challenge them on… You messed up, you dated a warrant for yourself, and now your hemmed up because of it and you're acting like the police are persecuting you? I mean… My mind is just blown with the level of entitlement somebody must grow up with in order to think like that… I've been locked up, I've spent years in jail, but something I've never done in my life is have a warrant hangover my head. Warrants are a personal choice and in the past when I was younger and making poor choices, one of the things I did right if any was to choose to never have a warrant hanging over my head. I don't know how people live like that. I personally am incapable of it so I always went to court. This guy has nobody to be angry at except for himself. I love how he'll blame everybody and everything around him except for himself. I hate and I'm absolutely grossed out by the utter lack of personal responsibility. And at the end of the day he thinks people are digging for warrants and certainly it's all because racism or whatever. . 🥱 give the B.S a rest.. nobody's buying this cheap junk anymore…

  2. Im surprised how many people are bashing this guys job, he got hired by a company and is trying to do his best work. Man some of you are just absolute an absolute sucbuccs

  3. Do all people from California have verbal ticks like this? I hear the "like" tick and now "in terms of" where is doesn't make sense to use that phrase.

  4. I dont know what the laws are in Florida when it comes to alarm sales reps licenses (perhaps no license is required) the man was from California (a traveling sales rep)

    But I can tell you when I was an alarm rep in Texas years ago, for an ADT-authorized dealer, background checks, fingerprints, and the like were conducted by the Texas Department of Public Safety….However, if one got a warrant AFTER your alarm license was issued by the DPS Private Security Bureau, they'd never know about it until your license comes up for renewal in 2 years…unless the warrant was taken care of. The only way an alarm applicant would get turned down for a license is if there was a history of criminal activity, such as theft, burglary (obviously), and violent crimes. A DWI or a speeding ticket for example would not disqualify an alarm license, at least in Texas where I worked.
    In this case , dude had an active warrant. Of course, they can take him in. Had nothing to do with his behavior as an alarm salesrep..I think he got pulled over for speeding.

  5. "I'm from California and I'm in Florida. Therefore it doesn't make sense that I'd have a warrant for Texas".

    This is what I'm basically hearing from him here. I'm not American, but that statement doesn't seem to make sense in the reality we live in. Where you are from and where you are now have no bearing on whether you have committed a crime in a third area. If it did make sense to you, then I'm guessing you are in fact this chap (as I think it would only make sense to him), so what are you talking about, fella…?! 😂

  6. Hate to say it but this criminal exudes shadiness. If he showed up at my door it would be an immediate NO, go away. But I'm glad he thinks it's not right….because he's working. Like the rest of us.

  7. You know a black man's lying when he starts using big words he doesn't he doesn't know the meaning of and I love when he says you know can I just go on live my life yeah that's your mentality commit a crime and just go on and live your life screw the victim screw everybody else poor you blah blah blah everybody's picking on you you're f**** criminal and you got caught grow up and deal with it

  8. That’s the security company I use. Vivint. Now we my system was put in I called them and set up appointments. No one came to my door selling Vivint security systems. Also when the technician came to install my system they were wearing light grey pants and very light orange shirts.

  9. If you were black and had a warrant for your arrest, would you take a job going door to door in a white neighborhood? No. No I would not. Its just a matter of time before someone gets scared and calls the cops.

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