Alice Coleman Bit Man Who Broke Into Her Home, Yells “I’m Not Your Mama, Get Out Of My House!” | August 7
Fort Lauderdale: Florida woman Alice Coleman said she put up a fight when an intruder forced his way into her home Monday morning.
“He was telling me, ‘No, mama. Everything gon’ be all right,’” Coleman said. “‘Everything’s not going to be all right. I’m not your mama. I don’t know who you are. Get out of my house.’”
Police said Fitzroy Morton tried to break into the 61-year-old’s Fort Lauderdale apartment. And if that’s the case, he clearly targeted the wrong person.
The incident started when Coleman woke up early to the fire alarm going off. When she opened her front door to check it out, Morton pushed his way in, she said.
“I felt some kind of danger. I sensed it and I seen that look on his face. My life were in danger,” Coleman recalled. But Coleman is a fighter. The man, nearly half her age, was no match.
“I was able to bite him. And I didn’t even have my teeth in my mouth like now,” Coleman explained. “My brother say, ‘How did you bite him?’ I said, ‘With the little teeth I got, I bit him.’”
She ran to a neighbor’s home and called police. When they arrived on scene, police knocked on the woman’s door. Morton answered and was arrested without further incident.
He’s currently at the Brevard County jail facing multiple felonies and has been denied bail.
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