Deranged Man Goes on Violent Rampage, While Screaming “Call of Duty”
SPRING HILL – Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 1441 Bishop Road Sunday, after a couple called 911 to report that a man had forced his way into their home and attacked them.
According to reports, the couple heard yelling coming from the front yard of the residence, just before midnight. When the male victim, Andrew, opened the front door to investigate, a white male, later identified as 21-year-old Brian Anthony Rowe, charged at him and forced his way inside the home.
Once inside, Rowe punched the female victim, Julie, in the face, causing her to strike her head against the wall. Rowe then turned his attention back to Andrew and punched him several times in the head. The couple fled the residence and called 911.
Before deputies could arrive on scene, Julie’s father, Steven, Arrived at the residence and tried to subdue the crazed suspect inside the home. A struggle ensued, resulting in Steven being punched several times by Rowe.
Eventually, Steven was able to gain control of the situation, by placing Rowe in a choke hold. Steven Held the suspect on the ground until deputies arrived on the scene.
When deputies tried to place Rowe into custody, he violently resisted by kicking and throwing elbows at the deputies. After several minutes, deputies were forced to Taze and Pepper Spray the suspect, allowing them to place the suspect in restraints.
Deputies tried talking to Rowe after he was in custody, but he just kept talking to himself in third person and yelling “Jeff” and “Alicia” while referring to the video game “Call of Duty.”
Row was transported to Bayfront Health Brooksville for treatment of his drug induced impairment and later booked into the Hernando County Jail.
Rowe faces charges of Burglary with Assault or Battery, Battery, and three counts of Resisting Arrest with Violence. Rowe remains behind bars, held on $31,500 bond.
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