Cops charge ‘bitten’ intruder

| 04/03/2013

comedy burglar.JPG(CNS): A man who was bitten so hard by his victim when he broke into her home last month that she lost her tooth has been arrested and charged by police with aggravated burglary. The 26-year-old man was arrested on Saturday in connection with the home invasion, which took place in the Raleigh Quay area, West Bay, and charged Monday morning. According to the original report, the female victim awoke around 3am to find the intruder standing over her bed. When she screamed, the burglar put his hand over the woman’s mouth, but she took the opportunity to bite hard on her assailant's hand and finger. The victim bit so hard she lost a tooth in the process, though it did scare off the intruder.

The police have now formally charged the man for the offences of aggravated burglary and consumption of controlled drugs and he is expected to appear in court Tuesday 5 March.

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  1. Will Ya Listen! says:

    I hope when she gets to Court she will tell the tooth, the whole tooth (you know the rest) and the Judge makes him pay her Dental bill.  

    In Jail, no doubt, someone will decide to make him the Tooth Fairy. He deserves it.


  2. Baldric says:

    I knew they'd catch him – the tooth will out!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well who is the man since he has been formally charged?


    CNS Note: The RCIPS has a policy of not generally naming the people they charge unless they have already been identified publicly so the media must wait until the person appears in court or via some other source before we are able to discover who the various suspects are and report their identities.