Carjacking and False Imprisonment Arrest

Who:
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
Patrol Operations Bureau
Oldsmar Fire Rescue E54C

Kelly Mascavage (Victim- Uninjured)
Age: 47
Vehicle: Mazda 5 SUV

Wayne Curvin Jr. (Victim- Uninjured)
Age: 36
Vehicle: Ford Fusion

Troy Andre Johnson (Suspect- Arrested)
DOB: 08/07/1984
Address: 321 1st Avenue Southeast in Hickory, North Carolina
Charges: One count of Carjacking (unarmed), one count of False Imprisonment, one count of Attempted Carjacking and one count of Resisting Without Violence.

What:
Pinellas deputies have arrested a man in Oldsmar who carjacked a victim, later demanded keys from customers and attempted another carjacking before being taken into custody.

When:
Deputies responded at about 1:44 p.m. on Saturday, September 12, 2020 to a reported carjacking.

Where:
The carjacking occurred at a Circle K/Shell gas station, located at 3170 Tampa Road in Oldsmar.

Subsequent crimes occurred next-door at the Panera Bread restaurant, located at 3180 Tampa Road in Oldsmar.

Why/How:
According to deputies, at about 1:35 p.m. on Saturday, September 12, 2020, 47-year-old Kelly Mascavage was at the Oldsmar Circle K/Shell station, located at 3170 Tampa Road in Oldsmar, standing outside the passenger’s side of her Mazda 5 SUV pumping gas.

Deputies say during this time, 36-year-old Troy Johnson drove a mini-van into the gas station and parked next to the driver’s side of Mascavage’s SUV. Johnson exited his vehicle and entered the driver’s door of Mascavage’s SUV. Johnson, realizing the keys were not in the ignition, began demanding and threatening Mascavage to give him the keys to her car. Mascavage refused and retreated inside the business to call 911.

Deputies say Johnson fled the gas station on foot and entered the Panera Bread restaurant next-door at 3180 Tampa Road in Oldsmar. Johnson began pacing back and forth, yelling at the manager and the seven customers inside the restaurant that he was not leaving until someone gave him keys to a car. Johnson threatened the manager and eventually walked out of the business.

When deputies arrived on scene, Johnson was in the Panera Bread parking lot attempting to carjack a Ford Fusion, driven by 36-year-old Wayne Curvin Jr. Johnson ran around the vehicle to avoid deputies and tried aggressively to open the vehicle’s door before fleeing eastbound on foot.

Deputies gave chase and deployed an electronic control weapon in an attempt to stop the fleeing suspect.

Johnson was immediately secured by deputies and provided medical attention by Oldsmar Fire Rescue E54C. Johnson was found to be under the influence of narcotics and was transported to Mease Countryside Hospital.

Johnson is charged with one count of Carjacking (unarmed), one count of False Imprisonment, one count of Attempted Carjacking and one count of Resisting without Violence.

The investigation continues.

Because Johnson remains in the hospital, a booking photo not available at this time.

Posted by Chuck Skipper Saturday, September 12, 2020 8:17:00 PM Categories: Crimes Against Persons

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