Carjacking suspect arrested at UCF football game
Published: Sunday, October 14, 2012
Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2012 16:10
A 20-year-old man suspected of carjacking and the battery of a parking lot worker outside of Bright House Networks Stadium was arrested during the UCF football game Saturday. Karl Stanborough, a Jupiter resident, allegedly approached a driver in the parking lot across the street from the stadium at around 9 p.m. and punched him in the face before forcing his way into the vehicle, according to the UCF Police Department. Stanborough is not currently enrolled at UCF. Stanborough then reportedly drove onto North Orion Boulevard before fleeing the vehicle and running into the woods located across the street from the stadium. Police caught Stanborough during halftime, within 34 minutes of the carjacking. The victim, Rudy Jaramillo, an employee of Sentry Services, a UCF game-day contractor that staffs the parking lots, was transported to Winter Park Memorial Hospital. Stanborough was also transported to a local hospital to be treated for dog bites. The suspect has been charged with third degree grand theft of a motor vehicle, battery, robbery and resisting an officer without violence, according to Orange County’s online inmate database.