Watch What a Florida Father Did to the Man Caught Molesting His 12-Year-Old Son

Watch What a Florida Father Did to the Man Caught Molesting His 12-Year-Old Son

When a father walked in on his 18-year-old baby-sitter with his pants around his ankles in the act of molesting his 12-year-old son, he didn’t ask questions, he reacted the way any parent would. The dad beat the purported attacker Raymond Frolander, 18, senseless and then dragged his body into the living room for the police to pick up.

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The Florida man called 911 and had the following conversation with the dispatcher:

 Man: I just walked in on a grown man molesting… And I got him in a bloody puddle for you, officer.

 Dispatcher: Did you use any weapons?

 Man: My foot and my fist. I didn’t proceed to ask him any questions, sir. He is nice and knocked out on the floor for you. I drug him out to the living room. He stood up and his pants were around his ankles and nothing else needed to be said. I did whatever I got a right to do except I didn’t kill him. Send an ambulance. He is going to need one.

When the police arrived, they found Raymond Frolander motionless on the floor, bleeding profusely from multiple face wounds. Frolander has since been charged with sexual battery on a victim under 12 and is being held without bail. The Daytona Police chief said of the incident:

Dad was acting like a dad. I don’t see anything we should charge the dad with. You have an 18-year-old who has clearly picked his target, groomed his target and had sex with the victim multiple times. When the victim sat on the 18-year-old’s lap, he knew what was next. The young man was in fear that if he didn’t comply, he would get hurt.

 I believe that Frolander got off easy, and I hope he enjoys his stay in prison.

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