• Amazon driver carjacked at gunpoint: I don't get paid enough for this

    By: Beth Rousseau , Action News Jax


    Home surveillance video shows the Amazon delivery van Antonio Cintron said he was driving Wednesday when he was carjacked at gunpoint. 

    “I was almost done. I had like three stops left," Cintron said. "I get there. I scan the package.”

    In footage you can see a man make a run for the truck.

    The 21-year-old said he dropped a package off at an apartment building on Sydney Street, and when he walked outside he noticed a man in his work truck.

    “He starts to scream, 'I’m a Free Mason. I’m going to take your vehicle,” Cintron said.

    Cintron said he thought it was a joke until the man pulled out a gun.


    “I don’t get paid enough for this. I just let him have it, just walked away,” he told Action News Jax.

    According to police reports, the man, John Macdonell, led police on a high-speed chase, through red lights on Duval and Airport roads before getting back on I-95 where the chase ended with the vehicle overturned.

    Investigators said Macdonell crawled out and claimed he was God.

    “I’m just glad no one got hurt,” said Cintron.

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