Florida man indicted in armored car robbery-shooting www.privateofficer.com
Kerby Aurelhomme, the driver of the Premium Armored Services van, is accused of being involved in the $300,000 armed robbery outside a Cumberland Farms store on July 12, 2006, according to the FBI.
Guard Gustavo Sorzano, then-63, was shot in the ankle and suffered a heart attack during a struggle on the ground with one of the armed robbers, he said at the time.
Aurelhomme worked for Homeland Intelligence Protective Services, which provided drivers for Premium Armored Services. After the robbery, his boss, Elier Cruz, never heard from him again and that led Sorzano to believe the robbery was an inside job.
Aurelhomme worked for the security company for about a year before the robbery, but only about three days as a driver for the armored car service, Cruz said at the time.