When God Takes The Wheel: Woman's 'Divinely Guided' Solar Eclipse Shooting Rampage Terrifies Florida

By Greg Moriarty | Wednesday, 10 April 2024 09:20 PM
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A Georgia woman, Taylon Nichelle Celestine, 22, was apprehended by Florida police on Monday for allegedly engaging in a shooting spree purportedly guided by divine intervention during the solar eclipse.

The Florida Highway Patrol detained Celestine and levied charges of attempted murder, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and improper discharge of a weapon against her.

The arrest followed reports of an active shooter in Holmes County, to which troopers promptly responded. Investigations revealed that Celestine, after checking out of a local hotel, informed the staff of her intention to embark on a shooting rampage under the direction of "God," in connection to the solar eclipse that occurred on Monday.

Allegedly steering a purple Dodge Challenger with Georgia license plates onto westbound Interstate 10 at the 112-mile marker, Celestine purportedly opened fire on a vehicle within a five-mile stretch of entering the interstate, inflicting multiple hits on the vehicle. One driver sustained minor injuries from shattered glass and a grazing bullet wound on the arm but managed to maneuver to the interstate shoulder.

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Continuing her westward trajectory, Celestine purportedly targeted another vehicle near the 107-mile marker, shooting the driver in the neck. The injured driver received medical attention at a nearby hospital. Subsequently, troopers intercepted Celestine approximately nine miles ahead, effecting a peaceful arrest.

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Upon searching the purple Dodge Challenger, law enforcement allegedly discovered a 9mm handgun and an AR-15. Celestine was then confined at the Holmes County Jail, facing multiple charges, including attempted murder.

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