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Actor Jonathan Tucker Performs Dramatic Rescue of Neighbor and Kids After L.A. Home Invasion

Actor Jonathan Tucker often plays villains and bad guys, but last weekend he played a hero after helping rescue a neighbor and her children after their home was broken into.

Tucker reportedly called police after seeing a suspicious person wandering his Los Angeles neighborhood and banging on people’s doors, but after hanging up the phone with police, he noticed his neighbor’s front door wide open. TMZ report.

Actor perhaps best known for his roles in horror films RemainsActing quickly, he ran to a neighbor’s house, picked up the woman’s children and led the mother and children out of the home to safety.

He told police that he explained why neighbors were escorting them outside the home as they were leaving the residence.

Police later confirmed that an unknown man had opened the door to a neighbour’s house and entered the residence without notifying the woman and child.

The intruder was caught inside the home, arrested and committed to a psychiatric hospital, according to a statement from the Los Angeles Police Department.

Tucker’s rep told TMZ that Tucker acted quickly because he didn’t know how dangerous the intruder was and only acted in hopes that someone else in the same situation would do it for him.

The home invasion is just one of a growing number of reported crimes occurring in middle- and upper-income neighborhoods and among many TV and movie stars.

Last week, TV actor Johnny Wactor was shot and killed in broad daylight by a thief trying to steal a catalytic converter from his car. Wachter was just 37 years old.

Actors, producers, directors and executives have also experienced break-ins at their homes, sometimes while they were at home.

In January, Lee Byung-hun, the star of the Netflix hit series “Star Wars,” Squid Gamereported that an intruder had broken into his Los Angeles home and he lost some of his belongings during the attack, though thankfully he was not at home at the time.

The ransacking of Byung-hun’s home comes shortly after the home of comedian and producer Lena Waithe was burglarized, with more than $200,000 worth of jewelry stolen.

Mr Weiss was also not at home when the burglars struck.

Waithe and Byung-hun are not the only celebrities to have been victims of home invasions as crime continues to spiral out of control in Los Angeles.

On Christmas Eve, Entourage Star Kevin Connolly’s Los Angeles home was broken into just before midnight, with thieves entering through the back door and stealing guns and other items.

John Wick Star Keanu Reeves also had a different gun stolen during a break-in at his Hollywood Hills home in December.

Instagram model Abigail Ratchford was terrified on the top floor of her home on December 30 when she heard an intruder smashing a window and breaking into her home.

Motley Crue rocker Tommy Lee’s Los Angeles home has reportedly been broken into and “ransacked” while he was away.

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion’s Los Angeles home was broken into and hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of belongings were stolen.

Actor and comedian Arsenio Hall was robbed twice and nearly robbed twice while at his home in Democrat-run Los Angeles.

The home of fashion mogul, model and tattoo icon Kat Von D was burglarized, and an armed man was arrested after targeting the home of White Lotus and Baywatch star Alexandra Daddario.

Actress Kaylee Cowan, the terrified lover of actor Casey Affleck, was home alone in Los Angeles around 3 a.m. in June 2022 when she woke up in her bedroom to find an intruder standing over her.

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