Deltona Woman Arrested On Aiding An Escape And Giving False Information; Helped Fleeing Suspect Hide In Garage After High Speed Chase

OGANDO GONZALEZ
Delfy Ogando Gonzalez, 44, was transported to the Volusia County Branch Jail, where she booked on False Report Of A Crime, And Aiding Escape, and in custody on $3,000 bond at the time of this writing.

DELTONA, FL – A Deltona resident who told deputies last week that a fleeing stranger showed up at her home and asked to hide inside has been arrested on charges of aiding an escape and giving false information to law enforcement.

Delfy Ogando Gonzalez, 44, was arrested this morning after an investigation following last Tuesday’s incident at her home. Gonzalez initially told deputies that the fleeing suspect, later identified as Raffey Francisco Rodriguez, showed up at her house unexpectedly as she was leaving, and asked for help because he was being followed by the police. Ogando Gonzalez said she didn’t know the defendant.

The Air One video footage suggested otherwise, indicating Rodriguez pulled up to Ogando Gonzalez’s driveway and idled for only a few seconds, windows up, before a car in the driveway moved out of the way to allow Rodriguez to pull his stolen car into the garage.

A witness told deputies Ogando Gonzalez had been sitting in her vehicle in her driveway for an extended time before Rodriguez arrived. A DeLand Police officer had attempted a traffic stop on Rodriguez about 40 minutes before he made it to the house.


FREE DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION: GET ONLY 'FEATURED' STORIES BY EMAIL

Big Tech is using a content filtering system for online censorship. Watch our short video about NewsGuard to learn how they control the narrative for the Lamestream Media and help keep you in the dark. NewsGuard works with Big-Tech to make it harder for you to find certain content they feel is 'missing context' or stories their editors deem "not in your best interest" - regardless of whether they are true and/or factually accurate. They also work with payment processors and ad-networks to cut off revenue streams to publications they rate poorly by their same bias standards. This should be criminal in America. You can bypass this third-world nonsense by signing up for featured stories by email and get the good stuff delivered right to your inbox.
 

Today, Ogando Gonzalez was transported to the Volusia County Branch Jail, where she booked on False Report Of A Crime, And Aiding Escape, and in custody on $3,000 bond at the time of this writing.

Comment via Facebook

Corrections: If you are aware of an inaccuracy or would like to report a correction, we would like to know about it. Please consider sending an email to corrections@publishedreporter.com and cite any sources if available. Thank you. (Policy)