FDLE announces arrests of the final two Orlando neo-Nazi demonstrators

For Immediate Release
September 20, 2023
ORLANDO, Fla. – The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) announces the arrest of Ronald Murray, 41, and Amanda Rains, 36, for hanging anti-Semitic hate banners along the Daryl Carter Parkway Bridge in Orlando in violation of FSS 806.13(6). They turned themselves in to the Orange County Jail yesterday.
Earlier this year, Governor Ron DeSantis signed House Bill 269, which includes provisions that prohibit individuals from displaying or projecting images onto a building, structure, or property without permission.
Last week, the first suspect in this case was arrested.  See that news release here:
Earlier this week, the second suspect in this case was arrested. See the news release here:
On June 10, the suspects placed banners along a fence without receiving written permission, which is a violation of state law. The banners included swastika flags and racist messages that hung directly over I-4. FDLE Orlando investigated the incident along with Orange County Sheriff’s Office.  Florida Highway Patrol also assisted in the investigation.
Murray and Rains are charged with criminal mischief. 
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