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Wolfe City police officer Shaun David Lucas (pictured) was taken into custody on Monday and charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of Jonathan Price

Wolfe City police officer Shaun David Lucas (pictured) was taken into custody on Monday and charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of Jonathan Price

Wolfe City police officer Shaun David Lucas (pictured) was taken into custody on Monday and charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of Jonathan Price

A Texas cop has been arrested and charged with murder in connection to the slaying of a 31-year-old city worker who was ‘tasered and shot three times’ while reportedly trying to break up a domestic violence situation at a gas station. 

Wolfe City police officer Shaun David Lucas was taken into custody over the fatal shooting of Jonathan Price who is said to have intervened when he saw a man and woman brawling inside an Exxon gas station in Wolfe City on Saturday at 8.30pm just moments before he was shot. 

Within hours of his arrest, Lucas posted his $1million bond. 

Philadelphia-based civil rights lawyer, Lee Merritt, who is representing Price’s family, told CBS that the arrest of Lucas ‘is the first step’.

‘This man is dangerous and should not be out on bond. The family was relieved to hear of his arrest and are looking forward to his conviction,’ Merritt added. 

Price’s family members said their loved one approached the fighting couple but was immediately assaulted by the man. 

Witnesses said Price tried to break up the fight inside the store, but the altercation spilled outside.

Merritt said he’s been informed that when police arrived at the scene, Price raised his hands and attempted to inform the officers exactly what had happened. But instead he was tasered and shot multiple times.

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Lucas was arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of Jonathan Price (pictured) who is said to have intervened when he saw a man and woman brawling inside an Exxon gas station in Wolfe City on Saturday at 8.30pm

Lucas was arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of Jonathan Price (pictured) who is said to have intervened when he saw a man and woman brawling inside an Exxon gas station in Wolfe City on Saturday at 8.30pm

Lucas was arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of Jonathan Price (pictured) who is said to have intervened when he saw a man and woman brawling inside an Exxon gas station in Wolfe City on Saturday at 8.30pm

The aftermath of the shooting was captured on a Facebook live video by a bystander

The aftermath of the shooting was captured on a Facebook live video by a bystander

The aftermath of the shooting was captured on a Facebook live video by a bystander

Philadelphia-based civil rights lawyer, Lee Merritt, who is representing Price's family, said the  arrest of Lucas 'is the first step' toward justice

Philadelphia-based civil rights lawyer, Lee Merritt, who is representing Price's family, said the  arrest of Lucas 'is the first step' toward justice

Philadelphia-based civil rights lawyer, Lee Merritt, who is representing Price’s family, said the  arrest of Lucas ‘is the first step’ toward justice 

‘Police fired tasers at him and when his body convulsed from the electrical current, they “perceived a threat” and shot him to death,’ Merritt said, adding that nobody else was harmed. 

Merritt said he is working with the family to ‘get justice’ for Price, hailing him as a ‘hometown hero’.

‘Motivational speaker, trainer, professional athlete and community advocate— he was dearly loved by so many,’ Merritt wrote to Facebook. ‘He noticed a man assaulting a woman and he intervened.

Price was reportedly shot once in the chest and twice in the back, and later died from his injuries. No details have been confirmed by police.

A former athlete who also played football for Humboldt State University, Price was employed by the city in its public works department at the time of his death and also worked as a fitness trainer.

A witness who was in a store across the street when the fatal shots rang out recognized the victim as Price, and described him as a ‘pillar of the community’.

‘We all love him and think so highly of him and just the nicest guy you could ever meet,’ Kyla Sanders told WFAA-TV.

Footage of the aftermath of the shooting was captured by Hunt County Theft Reports, showing scores of bystanders gathered outside the gas stations under the glare of several flashing lights.  

A witness who was in a store across the street when the fatal shots rang out recognized the victim as Price, and described him as a ‘pillar of the community.’

A witness who was in a store across the street when the fatal shots rang out recognized the victim as Price, and described him as a ‘pillar of the community.’

A picture of Price from his social media is shown above

A picture of Price from his social media is shown above

A witness who was in a store across the street when the fatal shots rang out recognized the victim as Price, and described him as a ‘pillar of the community.’

Price’s mother, Marcella Louis, said  Price was her only son. She said the world has ‘lost a hero’ following Saturday’s tragic shooting

Price’s mother, Marcella Louis, said  Price was her only son. She said the world has ‘lost a hero’ following Saturday’s tragic shooting

Price’s mother, Marcella Louis, said  Price was her only son. She said the world has ‘lost a hero’ following Saturday’s tragic shooting

The Exxon gas station where the incident occurred Saturday is shown in the above image

The Exxon gas station where the incident occurred Saturday is shown in the above image

The Exxon gas station where the incident occurred Saturday is shown in the above image

Price’s mother, Marcella Louis, said Price was her only son. She said the world has ‘lost a hero’ following Saturday’s tragic shooting. 

‘They took my son from me,’ she told the station through tears. ‘They took my baby.’

Louis said she raced to the gas station after receiving a call that he’d been shot.

‘They wouldn’t let me get close to my baby,’ she said. ‘I just wanted to hold his hands and they wouldn’t let me do that. I just wanted to crawl over there.’

Wolfe City, located around an hour northeast of Dallas, has a population of about 1,500 people.

Price’s family and friends said he was well known in the area, mainly for his supportive and giving heart.

‘Everybody loved Jonathan. Everybody,’ said his sister, April Louis. ‘Black, white, Mexican, it doesn’t matter. He loved everybody. Everybody loved him.’

Price’s childhood friend Will Middlebrooks, a former professional baseball player, wrote on social media that Price was ‘singled out’ while trying to break up a fight at a gas station.

Middlebrooks said Price had his hands in the air when an officer shot him.

‘See this face? This is the face of one of my childhood friends. The face of my first ever favorite teammate,’ Middlebrooks wrote alongside pictures of Price in a Facebook post that was also shared on Twitter.

‘The face of a good man. But unfortunately it’s the face of a man whose life was taken away from him last night with his hands in the air, while a small town East Texas cop shot him once in the chest and then twice in the back.

‘Why? Bc he was trying to break up a fight at a gas station… for some reason he was singled out. I’ll let you do the math.’

In June, Price posted on Facebook that he had never had a negative encounter with police

In June, Price posted on Facebook that he had never had a negative encounter with police

In June, Price posted on Facebook that he had never had a negative encounter with police

A former athlete who also played football for Humboldt State University, Price was employed by the city in its public works department at the time of his death and also worked as a fitness trainer

A former athlete who also played football for Humboldt State University, Price was employed by the city in its public works department at the time of his death and also worked as a fitness trainer

A former athlete who also played football for Humboldt State University, Price was employed by the city in its public works department at the time of his death and also worked as a fitness trainer

Middlebrooks added: ‘There’s no excuses this time…”he was a criminal”… Nope, not this time. “He resisted arrest, just comply with the cops.” Nope that one doesn’t work this time either. This was purely an act of racism. Period. So, for all you that think this is all bullsh**, you need to check yourself.’

In a video posted on Facebook, Middlebrooks called for calm in Wolfe City, saying Price would not want his hometown ‘torn to pieces,’ a reference to the unrest spurred by the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

In June, Price posted on Facebook that he had never had a negative encounter with police.

‘There were times I should have been detained for speeding, outstanding citations, outdated registration, dozing off at a red light before making it to my garage downtown Dallas after a lonnng night out,’ Price said. ’I’ve passed a sobriety test after leaving a bar in Wylie, Texas by 2 white cops and still let me drive to where I was headed, and by the way they consider Wylie, Texas to be VERY racist. I’ve never got that kind of ENERGY from the po-po.’

‘Not saying black lives don’t matter, but don’t forget about your own, or your experiences through growth / “waking up,”’ Price said. 

The family held a candlelight vigil for Price on Monday evening. 

Middlebrooks has set up a GoFundMe page for the family, to help with funeral and legal costs. 

The Wolfe City Police Department has not yet returned a DailyMail.com request for comment. 

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Donald Trump wastes no time going after Joe Biden in his first campaign rally after their debate

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President Donald Trump went on the attack against Joe Biden at his first campaign rally after their presidential debate, calling his rival a ‘liar’ and ‘corrupt politician.’

He started off hitting his Democratic rival on his oil policy.

‘This is probably the most shocking division ever made,’ Trump said.

‘Could be one of the worst mistakes’ in presidential political history, he argued.  

Biden’s pledge to ‘transition away from the oil industry’ shook up that energy sector, leaving the Democratic nominee to try and clarify his stance, saying he would transit it out ‘over time.’ 

The president argued it would hurt Biden in some of the Midwest states both candidates are courting.

‘Texas are you watching. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio are you watching,’ he said.

Pennsylvania and Ohio are critical states for winning the White House. Democrats are also making a play for Texas, which has been trending blue.  

President Trump at his rally in The Villages, Florida

President Trump at his rally in The Villages, Florida

President Trump at his rally in The Villages, Florida

Marine One circled the crowd before landing

Marine One circled the crowd before landing

Marine One circled the crowd before landing

Florida is considered a must-win for Trump if he wants a second term

Florida is considered a must-win for Trump if he wants a second term

Florida is considered a must-win for Trump if he wants a second term

Trump relieved some of his debate moments, recalling how brought about Biden’s answer on oil and how he attacked Biden on immigration.

He also showed a video – a rare occurrence at a Trump rally – that showed Biden and Bernie Sanders arguing about social security at a Democratic primary debate, a huge issue in Florida.

The ad was a Sanders campaign ad during the Democratic primary.

Trump went after Biden hard – a change in tone from how he showed restraint at Thursday night’s presidential debate.  

‘He’s a corrupt politician,’ he said of Biden. ‘He’s a liar. He’ll look at you and lie.’ 

He argued Biden has changed his stance on fracking and oil. 

‘This guy is either really stupid or lies,’ he said.

He also criticized what he called Biden’s ‘dark, dismal, gloomy’ vision for the future, adding ‘we’re about the American dream.’  

He played to the crowd, praising the the location and joked how he liked to watch them drive around on their golf carts.

And he even joked: ‘I’ve got an idea, I will sell Mar-a-Lago and I’ll move to The Villages,’ which led to cheers. 

He told the crowd of several hundred, many of whom were not wearing face masks nor social distancing, that the U.S. is ’rounding the corner.’ Coronavirus cases are on the rise in Florida.

‘Normal life is all we want to resume,’ he said in reference to the shutdowns that came with the COVID pandemic.

‘We’re rounding the corner beautifully,’ he said.

And he criticized Biden: ‘All he talks about is Covid, Covid, Covid. Because they wanna scare people.’ 

The president also reminded supporters to cast their ballot, which he plans to do in Palm Beach on Saturday. 

He pointed to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a close ally, and joked: ‘If we don’t win I’ll never speak to him again.’ 

‘I’m voting early tomorrow in Florida,’ Trump reminded the state, which started its early in-person voting this week. 

Trump attacked Biden throughout most of his campaign rally

Trump attacked Biden throughout most of his campaign rally

Trump attacked Biden throughout most of his campaign rally

President Trump is holding two rallies in Florida on Friday

President Trump is holding two rallies in Florida on Friday

President Trump is holding two rallies in Florida on Friday

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer as he arrives for a campaign rally at The Villages Polo Club

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer as he arrives for a campaign rally at The Villages Polo Club

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer as he arrives for a campaign rally at The Villages Polo Club

A Trump supporter dances in the crowd

A Trump supporter dances in the crowd

A Trump supporter dances in the crowd

Marine One approaches The Villages Polo Club for landing

Marine One approaches The Villages Polo Club for landing

Marine One approaches The Villages Polo Club for landing

Florida, which is considered a must-win for Trump if he wants a second term, saw a new record of early votes cast on Monday, the first day the option was available. More than 3.1 million votes were cast with the majority from Democrats at 1.2 million. Republicans cast 1 million ballots and the rest were other parties or had no affiliation. 

‘I’m old fashioned I guess. I like to get in line,’ the president said. In Florida’s primary he voted by mail.

‘We’ll catch up later on,’ he said of reports Democrats are ahead in early voting. 

He asked the crowd of a few hundred how many of them had voted already. About half raised their hands and cheered. He then asked them how many of them voted for ‘President Trump’ and the cheers grew louder.

The president made a dramatic entrance to the rally site, a polo field in the middle of the state. Marine One circled overhead as the crowd cheered and took photos on their cell phones. It landed to the side of the rally site for Trump to walk out to his signature song ‘Proud to Be An American.’ 

Most of Trump’s remarks were focused on attacking Biden, including reiterating his attacks on Biden’s on Hunter for his business ties in the Ukraine and China.

‘Where’s Hunter,’ he said, getting cheers with his popular campaign line.  

He also joked about Hunter being seen again, adding: ‘Hunter you gained weight.’

President Trump also returned to one of his 2016 arguments that helped him win the White House – his outsider status when it came to Washington D.C. 

‘I’m not a politician,’ he said to huge cheers. 

Trump is kicking off his final stretch of campaigning before November 3 with two rallies in Florida on Friday and three rallies in three states: North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin. On Sunday he’ll campaign in New Hampshire, and, on Monday he’ll be in Pennsylvania. 

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‘Universal’ mask-wearing could prevent 130,000 US COVID-19 deaths

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If 95 percent of Americans wore masks consistently, nearly 130,00 lives could be saved between now and March 2021, a new study suggests. 

Without measures like masks and social distancing, however, the US coronavirus death toll is likely to exceed 511,000 by then, the latest research from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) estimates. 

As of now, fewer than half of Americans say they ‘always’ wear a mask when they are in public. 

Realistically, the researchers don’t anticipate masking will become near-universal – it’s still a subject of heated controversy in much of the US. 

But it will be critical that states don’t further relax restrictions like social distancing aimed at reducing the spread of coronavirus. Doing so, they warn, could result in more than one million Americans dying of COVID-19 by the end of February. 

If no further restrictions are put into place and fewer than half of Americans  continue to  wear  masks, the coronavirus death toll will likely reach 511,000 by March (purple). If  95% of people  wore masks, nearly 130,000 lives could be saved. The highest burden of deaths (dark green) is predicted to be in states hard-hit early and those with large anti-mask contingents

If no further restrictions are put into place and fewer than half of Americans  continue to  wear  masks, the coronavirus death toll will likely reach 511,000 by March (purple). If  95% of people  wore masks, nearly 130,000 lives could be saved. The highest burden of deaths (dark green) is predicted to be in states hard-hit early and those with large anti-mask contingents

If no further restrictions are put into place and fewer than half of Americans  continue to  wear  masks, the coronavirus death toll will likely reach 511,000 by March (purple). If  95% of people  wore masks, nearly 130,000 lives could be saved. The highest burden of deaths (dark green) is predicted to be in states hard-hit early and those with large anti-mask contingents 

Already, the pandemic has claimed the lives of well over 220,000 Americans, and the toll is rising by an average of more than 760 fatalities a day. 

Most experts – including those at the IHME – predict that deaths will only rise more  steeply as we enter the colder winter months and gatherings move indoors where there is a greater risk of transmission. 

President Trump has thrown his entire focus for combatting the pandemic on the availability of treatments and vaccines which he insists is imminent. 

Meanwhile, he has mocked his campaign rival, 77-year-old Vice President Joe Biden, for wearing ‘the biggest mask you’ve ever seen’ and social distancing by ‘hiding in his basement,’ including during Thursday night’s final presidential debate. 

And earlier in the week, President Trump incorrectly cited a CDC study as saying that 85 percent of people who wear masks catch coronavirus. 

Fewer than half of all Americans wear masks in public 'always,' but near-universal masking hs been achieved in some neighborhoods of New York (file)

Fewer than half of all Americans wear masks in public 'always,' but near-universal masking hs been achieved in some neighborhoods of New York (file)

Fewer than half of all Americans wear masks in public ‘always,’ but near-universal masking hs been achieved in some neighborhoods of New York (file) 

Many Americans share his disdain face coverings. More than 50 percent of people in the US only sometimes or never wear masks, according to the IHME study, published Friday in Nature Medicine. 

Masks can reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission by up to 30 percent, several  studies have shown. 

But that has not convinced all Americans that they are worthwhile, and the IHME modelers hardly expect that everyone in the US will develop a more favorable view of masks. 

‘Regardless, toward the end of 2020, masks could help to contain a second wave of resurgence while reducing the need for frequent and widespread implementation of [social distancing measures],’ they wrote in the new study. 

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‘Although 95 percent mask use across the population may seem a high threshold to achieve and maintain, on a neighborhood scale this level has already been observed in areas of New York.’ 

According to an August 20 New York Times report, 99 percent of people in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens reported wearing masks consistently when in public. 

More than 60 percent of people in Virginia, Florida and California report ‘always’ wearing masks, according to the University of Washington study. 

And in some countries, widespread adoption of masking has slowed the spread  and even effectively stopped it.

‘The potential life-saving benefit of increasing mask use in the coming fall and winter cannot be overstated,’ the University of Washington authors warned sternly. 

‘It is likely that US residents will need to choose between higher levels of mask use or risk the frequent redeployment of more stringent and economically damaging SDMs; or, in the absence of either measure, face a reality of a rising death toll.’ 

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Public health officials have a tall task ahead of them to convince a largely mask-hesitant population to wear them consistently – and for months going forward. 

Anti-lockdown and anti-mask protests persist across much of the US, even as cases rise precipitously in 38 out of 50 states, a recent report found. 

The report, published in the American Journal of Public Health this month, found that thousands of anti-pandemic restrictions posts on Facebook mimicked the tactics of anti-vaxxers. 

Specifically, they framed mask-wearing and social distancing not as public health issues, but as issues of civil rights and freedoms. 

In addition to the political polarization that now weighs heavy on the question of masking, public health messaging often reaches the most vulnerable populations most slowly, if at all. 

A CDC report published Friday found that poor US counties with large populations of minority people and people whose first language is not English are about 38-times more likely to become ‘hotspots’ of coronavirus outbreaks. 

And part of the problem is that public health messaging, like guidance urging people to wear masks – is primarily English-forward.  

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Police report reveals home invaders armed with Uzis stole $100,000 in jewelry from OnlyFans star

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A police report has revealed new details of the shocking home invasion in Florida that was captured on surveillance video, in which a mom traded shots with armed robbers.

Ansley Pacheco, a 26-year-old OnlyFans star and popular Instagram model, was in the bedroom of her Hileah property on October 4 when two men burst through the front door and attacked her husband, Daniel, and his friends.

An incident report from the Miami-Dade Police Department obtained by DailyMail.com on Friday shows that cops were dispatched at 8.44pm to the home, where they found evidence of gunshots and a family with a horrifying tale.

Ansley’s husband Daniel, 31, was watching a Miami Heat game with friends in the living room when two armed men burst in through the front door, according to the report.

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Pacheco boasts 140,000 Instagram followers, and uploads adult images. She also shares videos on OnlyFans for paying subscribers

Pacheco boasts 140,000 Instagram followers, and uploads adult images. She also shares videos on OnlyFans for paying subscribers

Pacheco boasts 140,000 Instagram followers, and uploads adult images. She also shares videos on OnlyFans for paying subscribers

An incident report from the Miami-Dade Police Department reveals details of the attack

An incident report from the Miami-Dade Police Department reveals details of the attack

An incident report from the Miami-Dade Police Department reveals details of the attack

Video of the incident shows the two home invaders ran up to the house when another of Daniel’s friend’s arrived, pushing in through the door while holding the friend at gunpoint.  

The robbers then began removing jewelry from the men in the living room, stealing $102,000 worth of expensive accessories, including a $33,000 watch and a $50,000 gold chain, as well as snatching a phone, according to the police report.

The report states that Ansley, who was in the bedroom, heard the commotion and grabbed her husband’s gun, opening fire on the robbers as she tried to protect her seven-year-old son, who was in the bedroom with her.

The robbers fired back as they fled, and Daniel then grabbed the gun from Ansley, and chased after the attackers, firing as they fled in a dark sedan.

Police say that all of the victims were interviewed separately, and gave similar accounts. The names of the victims are redacted in the report, but Ansley and Daniel have spoken out publicly about the ordeal, releasing home surveillance footage of the harrowing encounter.  

A police source tells DailyMail.com that cops are conducting a full investigation, and are trying to determine whether the attack was random or targeted. None of the victims said that they recognized the attackers. 

Video shows Pacheco, 26, rush to grab her own pistol before she approaches the bedroom's doorway

Video shows Pacheco, 26, rush to grab her own pistol before she approaches the bedroom's doorway

Video shows Pacheco, 26, rush to grab her own pistol before she approaches the bedroom’s doorway

Two armed men were caught on surveillance video forcing their way into a Hialeah, Florida, home on Saturday night and shooting at a woman

Two armed men were caught on surveillance video forcing their way into a Hialeah, Florida, home on Saturday night and shooting at a woman

Two armed men were caught on surveillance video forcing their way into a Hialeah, Florida, home on Saturday night and shooting at a woman

Video shows Pacheco rush to grab her own pistol before she starts firing back at the robbers from the bedroom’s doorway.  

‘Don’t shoot! My son is in here!’ the model can be heard yelling out in the video as she stands in a t-shirt and panties with her gun in hand.  

The ruthless robbers ignore Pacheco’s pleas, and began shooting into the bedroom, with bullets hitting a bedhead, closet door and TV screen. 

‘They shot at me about seven times, six, seven times,’ the model stated.  

Thankfully, her seven-year-old son was not struck in the crossfire.  

‘They could’ve killed me, and they could’ve killed my son. They were shooting right over his head. They didn’t care,’ Pacheco told Inside Edition on Wednesday. 

The police report indicates that the flying bullets caused $6,200 worth of damage, including to a TV, wall, door and bed frame.

The men managed to grab expensive jewelry and watches from the home, before they fled the scene amid a hail of bullets. 

'They could've killed me, and they could've killed my son. They were shooting right over his head. They didn't care,' Pacheco told Inside Edition on Wednesday

'They could've killed me, and they could've killed my son. They were shooting right over his head. They didn't care,' Pacheco told Inside Edition on Wednesday

‘They could’ve killed me, and they could’ve killed my son. They were shooting right over his head. They didn’t care,’ Pacheco told Inside Edition on Wednesday

'I ran to my wife, grabbed the gun, shot at them a couple of times, I think I hit the car,' Ansley's husband, Daniel, told NBC 6

'I ran to my wife, grabbed the gun, shot at them a couple of times, I think I hit the car,' Ansley's husband, Daniel, told NBC 6

‘I ran to my wife, grabbed the gun, shot at them a couple of times, I think I hit the car,’ Ansley’s husband, Daniel, told NBC 6

Home surveillance video shows a gunman pointing a firearm at people cowering on the living room floor during the home invasion

Home surveillance video shows a gunman pointing a firearm at people cowering on the living room floor during the home invasion

A 7-year-old girl was said to be present at the home

A 7-year-old girl was said to be present at the home

Home surveillance video shows a gunman pointing a firearm at people cowering on the living room floor during the home invasion

The beauty opened the  door and began firing back at the intruders

The beauty opened the  door and began firing back at the intruders

The beauty opened the  door and began firing back at the intruders 

Footage then shows Pacheco’s husband, Daniel,  run into the bedroom and wrest the gun out of her hands. 

He then proceeded to chase the burglars outside as they bundled into their getaway car.  

‘I ran to my wife, grabbed the gun, shot at them a couple of times, I think I hit the car,’ Daniel told NBC 6. 

Despite the fact Daniel had guests over at the time of the home invasion, no one was hurt. 

The robbers have not been apprehended by police, and the couple say they have ‘no idea’ as to who might be responsible for the terrifying ordeal.  

Pacheco boasts 140,000 Instagram followers, and frequently thrills fans by uploading raunchy images. She also shares videos on OnlyFans for paying subscribers. 

Its unclear whether the burglars were away of Pacheco’s social media stardom. 

Anyone with information about the home invasion is urged to contact Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers anonymously for a potential cash reward at 305-471-8477.

Ansley Pacheco - who is an OnlyFans star and popular Instagram model - defended her family from masked intruders who stormed into her home and opened fire

Ansley Pacheco - who is an OnlyFans star and popular Instagram model - defended her family from masked intruders who stormed into her home and opened fire

Ansley Pacheco – who is an OnlyFans star and popular Instagram model – defended her family from masked intruders who stormed into her home and opened fire

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