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Florida great-grandmother weert 300 pounds, burglar with a baseball bat: police

Antonio Mosley, 37, was only dressed in his underwear, when he tried to break into an elderly woman’s car in Florida on Sunday.
(Los Angeles Police Department)

A Florida great-grandmother, armed with a baseball bat on Sunday, taught a 300-pound burglary suspect, who police said tried to break into her car a valuable lesson: Don’t mess with grandma.

Clarese Gainey, 65, heard banging coming from outside her Gainesville home when the police said that they spotted 37-year-old Antonio Mosley is trying to break into her car, FOX35 Orlando reported. Mosley allegedly charged at her, but Gainey was reportedly willing.

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“I mean, I shot him! I said, “Biya!” he said, ” Auuugh! You hit me!'” Gainey told the station.

Mosely then walked out in only his boxers to a nearby mobile home, reports said. A gash was left on his head.

“He had nothing but his drawers on! No shoes, no shirt, or nothing!” she said FOX35.

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A police K-9 unit tracked Mosley in the mobile home, where she said that she found the 5-foot-6 burglary suspect wearing a pair of pants with cocaine in his pocket, and Gainesville station WGFL-TV reported.

Mosely was held in the Alachua County Jail on $ 20,000 bond. He faces burglary and drug possession charges.

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