Angry father arrested after finding man in his 14-year-old daughter’s bedroom, knocking his teeth out and choking him

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COWETA COUNTY, GA.- Hell hath no fury like an angry dad when someone is messing with his teenage daughter. According to Fox 5 Atlanta, such is the case for a Coweta County, Georgia man, who is under arrest for aggravated assault. Our guess is for this father, it is probably well worth it.

While investigators said they were sympathetic to the dad and understood his anger, he went across a legal line after he not only knocked out some of the man’s teeth, but also fired shots at him as he ran on down the street.

 

Most dads can probably relate to what Ismael Casillas did when he found a 20-year-old, Keywontrezes Humphries in his 14-year-old daughter’s room in the early morning of July 4, according to investigators.

So angry was Casillas that he severely beat and choked Humphries, including knocking out some teeth. Police said had Casillas stopped there, they may not have charged him. Casillas, however had other ideas.

At this point, Casillas asked his wife to get his gun. At that point, Humphries jumped out of a window, where dad met him and continued to use him as a punching bag, then threatening his life and finally firing shots as Humphries ran for his life.

 

It was hereafter, however when Casillas jumped the shark, so to speak. Since Humphries no longer posed a threat to Casillas, he legally needed to back down.

However, that didn’t happen, and investigators said that while they understood the father’s rage, state law in Georgia draws the line on continuing actions against an intruder when they no longer pose a threat. In this case, Humphries was no longer a threat and was booking down the road.

Humphries however didn’t only lose his teeth on July 4. He also lost his liberty, as he was charged with child molestation. The two were involved in a relationship, and Humphries had climbed through her bedroom window.

Investigators noted that Humphries’ nickname is Man Man. Due to his age, and the girl’s, police are pursuing a sex crime investigation against Humphries and more charges are possible.

It reminds us a lot about the father in Scottsdale, Arizona from earlier this year.

On May 13th, a 41-year-old father reportedly shot and killed an intruder that he found standing naked inside of his daughter’s bedroom while the suspect was allegedly holding a large plank of wood.

Police say that the now-deceased suspect was believed to have tried breaking into several homes that evening prior to being taken down by the armed father.

Just before 11:00 p.m. on May 13th, Aaron LaTowsky was doing some work in his backyard when his dog had alerted him to something going on inside of his home. Inside of the home at the time was LaTowsky’s wife and three children, along with another unwanted guest.

Authorities say that 18-year-old Cameron Yoe was the suspect inside one of the bedrooms occupied by LaTowsky’s daughter.

LaTowsky described the moments when he entered his home that night to find the intruder:

“So, I came inside, and I saw one of our side doors was open and [the dog] was barking down the hall towards my kids’ bedrooms.”

What LaTowsky allegedly found inside of his bedroom could be described as a parent’s worst nightmare. A man, reportedly stark naked, while toting a weapon. However, LaTowsky has a weapon of his own in his hands at the time – a shotgun.

The father described the encounter that led to the fatal shooting:

“He basically was lunging at me, so it was very quick. He had his hands in the air. I could see something dark or black coming at me, and again it was very, very close, so I fired almost immediately.”

LaTowsky was said to have fired two shots at Yoe, killing him.

The father of three noted that while this was the first break-in that his family has ever endured at their home, he was certainly glad that they were prepared for the chance that it would ever happen:

“God Bless America and the Second Amendment. Glad I was able to protect my family. God bless the police for coming so quick to take care of us.”

Scottsdale police spokesperson Kevin Watts stated that based upon the account provided by the homeowner, there stands no reason to levy any charges related to the shooting.

While there wasn’t much insight as to what may have motivated the Yoe to allegedly commit what he did, there’s actually a GoFundMe in relation to the suspect’s funeral costs. The fundraiser page described Yoe as “very bright and well-mannered” while conveniently ignoring the alleged acts that led to his death.

In Wichita, Kansas, there was a case somewhat similar to this one in Arizona – minus the whole naked element and deceased suspect. 

A recently released video showcasing an intruder standing over a sleeping teenage girl has shaken the family whose home was invaded that evening of May 8th.

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What has the family more disturbed than anything, is that the intruder appeared to have not stolen a single thing, leaving them wondering what the purpose was of invading the home.

Luckily, police say that they have a suspect in custody and that there was a in fact a single item stolen from the home, only describing the stolen item as a “tool.”

However, prior to an arrest being made, the family was frightened by the scenario that played out.

Thanks to an in-home set up of a Ring video security system, police were able to get a good view of a suspect who snuck inside of a home in Kansas on May 8th. At the time of the break-in, 15-year-old Aniyah Robinson was sleeping on a couch.

When she opened her eyes, she saw a man hovering over her while she slept:

“It just scared me because of the fact that somebody was sitting over watching me that I didn’t know. It’s just scary.”

Upon seeing the intruder, the teen rushed to get her mother and alert her of the man inside of the home. Angel, Aniyah’s mother, described her daughter’s state of panic at the time:

“She came in, and she was screaming and yelling saying, ‘Mom, somebody is in the house.’”

After being awakened, Angel quickly checked to make sure both Aniyah and her other two-year-old daughter were safe inside of another room. Angel then informed her own mother, Carol Robinson, about the intruder inside the home.

Robinson was astonished, but was ready to react:

“She says, ‘Hey, Mom, he’s in the house right now.’ I said, ‘right now?’ I said, ‘I’m on the way.’ Because I’m not thinking about weapons or nothing, I was thinking he was going to get a beat down.”

By the time police arrived, the suspect had already fled the scene. What has this family most worried though, was that the intent of the intruder is still seemingly unknown. Angel explained that there wasn’t anything stolen from the home that she could tell, nor was anyone harmed:

“He didn’t take anything and I think that’s scarier. Because what did you want? I don’t know what you want, are you going to come back?”

The family hoped that the footage captured will help police and the public identify the suspect at-large. Following the incident, Angel worried what this individual will potentially do the next time he decides to break into a home:

“You don’t know if he’s done this before. Next time it might be something different, or you know, who knows what he’s thinking.”

Officer Charley Davidson from the Wichita Police announced on May 14th that police arrested a 14-year-old male suspect that they allege is the intruder showcased on the video. While police have not released the name of the suspect in custody, they did state that the teen is currently facing charges of aggravated burglary and theft.

From what authorities say, the suspect was able to gain entry into the home located on the 1200 block of North Harding by way of an unlocked door.

Considering the age of the suspect in custody, it’s unlikely that the identity of the teen will be revealed to the press. However, in the event the teen is charged as an adult, that could very well change those circumstances.


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