A man in Florida was recently awakened to find a creepy thug wandering through his home as his wife and daughter slept. When the thug saw the homeowner, he was immediately sorry, but it was too late and the punk had to pay.
It’s often said that criminals aren’t very smart, which is probably why so many of them end up in jail or dead sooner or later. According to local news source WPTV, one thug recently broke into the wrong home near the 1100 block of Vermilion Dr. on Thursday, May 10, 2018, around 12:15 a.m. and ended up face to face with a pissed off a homeowner in Lake Worth, Florida.
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputies reported that the homeowner had noticed strange noises and then a flash of light in his home before going to investigate. The suspect who was creeping around inside the man’s home had no idea that he was about to get the shock of his life. When the homeowner confronted Christopher Mouassite who was holding a flashlight, things escalated quickly.
First of all, you can’t be that smart if you are wandering around in a complete stranger’s home in the middle of the night with a flashlight. In my opinion, Mouassite is about as dumb as they come. The homeowner, who was not identified by police, raised his firearm and shot Mouassite to “defend himself as well as his wife and daughter,” a deputy wrote in the report.
Shooting in the dark proved to be a little challenging for the homeowner as he only hit Mouassite in the arm, however, one bullet was all it took to send the coward running from the home in sheer terror. It’s funny how thugs want to be thugs until a would-be victim gives them lead poisoning. According to Fox4 News, the suspect fled as the homeowner chased him outside.
At that moment, the homeowner became part of a revered group of lawful American gun-owners who likely saved his own life and the lives of his family members because he exercised his 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. While the mainstream media will vilify that homeowner to push their anti-gun agenda, 2nd Amendment supporters celebrate these heroic stories and know how crucial it is to share them with other American patriots.
When the deputies arrived, the homeowner was still chasing Mouassite outside his home. I can only imagine that punk probably wet his pants as he was running around the homeowner’s residence trying desperately not to get shot again. I love it when the good guys win.
Deputies arrested Mouassite when spontaneously he said, “It’s all a mistake, I went into the wrong house,” a deputy wrote. I could not agree more with the thug, he most definitely went to the “wrong house,” and now he will have a permanent reminder of that fact. Mouassite was treated for a gunshot wound to his right arm at JFK Medical Center and was later booked into the Palm Beach County Jail. Court records show Mouassite was out on bond from a March arrest on drug-related charges.
Deputies said in the report that the homeowner was in well-founded fear that the suspect was inside his home to commit a crime or bring harm to his family. Mouassite is now being held on $30,000 bond and will have ample time to think about his criminal behavior behind bars, thanks to the armed homeowner.
This home invasion story is just one of several that have taken place across the country in the last couple of weeks. It stands out because the homeowner wasn’t tied up, beaten, raped, robbed, or murdered. Sadly, the majority of these reports end in tragedy for the victims, and their families are left to deal with grief and the responsibilities of planning a funeral.
Once again, the 2nd Amendment pulls its own weight. A Florida homeowner, his wife, and his daughter are alive and well because of their decision to lawfully exercise their constitutional right to bear arms. The protective father and husband should be thanked by his community for taking action against a vile criminal and sending him where he belongs.