Florida Home Intruder Gets Beaten with His Own Bat

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A Florida man who broke into a couple’s home has made for a memorable mugshot…and quite the shiner.

33-year-old Noah Dassat was arrested and charged with four felony charges and one misdemeanor for armed burglary, battery, and criminal mischief.

He’d broken into a home this past Thursday armed with a baseball bat. Once inside, he encountered a married couple and their three kids. He set his sights on the man of the house and attacked him.

Unluckily for him, the man was was able to use his arms to render Mr. Dassat all but immobile with a bear hug. While he did this, his wife grabbed the bat and proceeded to beat the intruder senseless.

Dassat then fled the house, but found and taken into custody by authorities after using a fake name at the hospital.

Cops say that the night before he broke into the home, he’d shown up asking if a man named Josh lived there. Police believe he may have used this as a way to see who was there and what he’d be up against.

Apparently he’d severely underestimated the situation.

He now resides in the Charlotte County Jail without bond.

 

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