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

Jacksonville Amazon Prime driver carjacked on the job

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.

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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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