Thief Attempts to Rob Car, Florida Owner Fights Back

Police in Florida say a guy got his just desserts when he tried to carjack the wrong person.

A car thief tried to seize a car that was sitting outside of a house. After seeing a male trying to gain entry into his car, the owner promptly called 911.

Before the arrival of law enforcement at the site of the crime, the 66-year-old car owner approached the suspect,  Blake Robinson (29), according to the police.

Robinson allegedly kicked the owner in the head after he knocked him to the ground during a fight, according to authorities. Robert Polk persevered and managed to render Robinson immobile until the arrival of the police.

In a recent Facebook post, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office expressed its warm welcome to the county and its unwavering support for the consequences of people playing stupid games and winning stupid prizes.

Deputies from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office showed up at the crime scene and apprehended Robinson. It appeared that Robinson had blood around his mouth and was experiencing difficulty standing up, presumably due to being overpowered by a 66-year-old man.

The Sheriff’s Office announced that Robinson was overpowered by a 66-year-old man, who fortunately only needed minor medical attention and escaped without any significant injuries.  Deputies observed that Polk’s face appeared red and swollen, with one of his ears being bloody.

According to the police, Robinson required medical attention following the altercation with the owner.

According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Robinson was lucky to be in Brevard County, where he received several prizes for his foolishness, such as a ride to the hospital to have his wounds checked out and a less-than-luxurious room at Ivey’s Iron Bar Lodge. They showed him to his sleeping quarters in their open-floor design and provided him with a clean two-piece suit to be comfortable in during his stay at the lodge.

Police said Robinson broke into an unattended vehicle and assaulted a senior citizen, which earned him two felonies. A bail of $30,000 was added after his arrest at the Brevard County Jail.  The defendant received an increased charge for assaulting a person over the age of 65, according to Sheriff Wayne Ivey. He added that the victim ended up whooping the offender’s behind.