GPD Highway Enforcement Team arrests man wanted for first-degree murder in Tennessee

Staff report

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – On April 26, the Gainesville Police Department Highway Enforcement Team conducted a traffic stop at mile marker 373 on I-75 on a car that was driven by Ladarius Bullox, 28. According to a release from State Attorney Brian Kramer’s office, Bullox tried to use a fake name, but officers were able to determine his true identity.

Bullox is wanted for first-degree murder in Shelby County, Tennessee, and was taken to the Marion County jail.

  • Why is there a GPD ‘team’ enforcing traffic on I-75 when they don’t have enough officers to control local city roads?

    • I was wondering the same thing.
      If they want to enforce the traffic laws, they can start on 39th Avenue where if you do the speed limit you get ran over.
      And I have seen cars fly through red lights and school zones daily.

      • Right! I saw a van speed through the school zone this morning while dropping my kids off at school. Crazy thing is the crossing guard wasn’t there today, so GPD was parked there!!

      • They’re doing a good job, considering the resources the city begrudgingly gives them.

  • Glad to see people actually talking about the incident and not the color of the criminals skin..👏🏾👏🏾💯 right on.. thats beautiful

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