RETWEET until this man is identified!
He harassed a group of black teens in a gated community in the affluent Village of Wellington, here in my county.
According to him, "they didn't belong in this development."
According to the teens, he threatened to hit them w/ his car. pic.twitter.com/ALynLUvS9E
— Commissioner Omari Hardy (@OmariJHardy) June 18, 2020
This gentleman, identified as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services analyst Lee Jeffers, behaved bizarrely toward a group of teenagers who were driving a golf cart in their Florida neighborhood. Jeffers yelled at the teens, spoke in tongues, shared his extensive knowledge of US states where adults can marry teens, threatened to have the kids arrested, and told a 15-year-old black girl, "You do not deserve to be in here.”
From The Palm Beach Post:
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The teen’s grandfather, Tony Nelson, spoke with The Post Tuesday about the clash. Breonna and four friends -- two boys and two girls -- were riding in a golf cart and had stopped at the neighborhood’s security gate. Almost immediately, Nelson said, a man the teens didn’t know began following them closely, almost hitting them at one point.
Frightened, the boys left the golf cart and ran, but the three girls continued walking to Breonna’s house, Nelson said.
That led to the confrontation in the Nelson family’s driveway, with the man now identified as Jeffers yelling at the teens, threatening to call the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office to have them removed from the neighborhood and then denying any threat when questioned by Nelson.