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  • Residents give a**whooping to burglar with his own bat.

    From: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/localne...904invade.html

    A man who authorities say broke into a suburban Lake Worth home might have wished he hadn't, after the seven residents beat him with his own baseball bat, breaking his arm and splitting his head, according to reports.

    Manuel Jesus Lacott, 24, also known as Jesus Manuel Lacott, was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail this morning, records show. He was expected to have a bond hearing on Saturday.

    Lacott is charged with home invasion armed robbery, one count of aggravated battery with a weapon, and seven counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

    A second man is at large.

    According to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's log entry, at about 2:40 a.m. today, as seven men were asleep in a home in the 4000 block of Kirk Road, at Lake Worth Road, two men used a screwdriver to jimmy the front door.

    The men, armed with baseball bats, began banging and forced their way into bedrooms.

    But the residents confronted the two.

    One was able to run out and was seen getting into a gray vehicle, which drove off.

    But the men - two 52-year-olds and the other five ranging in age from 29 to 35 - grabbed Lacott and got the bat away, then beat and kicked him and hit him with his own bat until deputies arrived.

    Lacott suffered a broken right arm as well as a head wound that required three staples. He was taken to JFK Medical Center in Atlantis.

    He later denied taking part in the home invasion, authorities said.

    According to jail records, Lacott had previously been arrested at least seven times since 1998 on drug and traffic charges and for failing to appear in court.
    How exactly do you deny being part of the invasion when you're found in the house and you don't know the residents? Say they kidnapped you? Geez.

  • #2
    I know him.. he's a good guy... Thats what we will hear from his family.

    He got what he deserved.
    RIP Sgt. Joe Bergeron, We will surely miss you.

    - EOW 5/1/2010 -

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    • #3
      Manuel Jesus Lacott, 24, also known as Jesus Manuel Lacott

      I don't know what to say to that.

      He'll be on this website soon asking if he can become a LEO

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      • #4
        One broken arm and a split head, they did not beat him good enough.
        It's better to be hated for what you are, then to be loved for what you are not.

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        • #5
          Got $10.00 says he doesn't stop...

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          • #6
            Not only will he not stop, but he will sue the men for abusing him, claim he can no longer break into houses to feed his family of 10 children and a wife who cannot work as he is now fearful of people fighting back and not giving him what he feels he deserves..........AND HE WILL WIN!!








            And then he'll end up as part of a rotting trash heap in some back alley.
            Moooooooooooo, I'm a goat

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            • #7
              Lol he denied it because they beat him so bad that he doesn't remember what he did last week!!! I can see him winning. Seven guys beating one guy. Now that is just not fair at all. They should have just let him take everything they own, and possibly beat all of them silly. But they couldn't sue because he would have gotten away.... Yup the society and the justice system we pay for. He could have been killed, and then they would have been in the clear. I'm just saying..

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              • #8
                Justice served nicely and warm. They served his @$$ a partial Alabama @$$ Whipping. I pray he doesn't sue for mental distress. . . .

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