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Chick-fil-A worker breaks into colleague’s house to perform an exorcism

A mentally ill Indiana man broke into a co-worker’s home in the middle of the night and performed an exorcism on her, police said.

The Avon Police Department was dispatched to a report of a burglary around 1:20 a.m. Tuesday when the caller reported a man had broken into a home and was yelling.

When police arrived, the victim told police from the front porch that his co-worker from Chick-fil-A, 38-year-old Robert Narker, was inside the home, according to the arrest warrant. Obtained by Fox 59.

Narkar was covered in blood but his Prius was still running in the driveway when police yelled for him to come outside, and he told police he was bleeding because they had had to break through the window to perform an exorcism.


The Avon Police Department was dispatched to a report of a man screaming inside the home. The Washington Post via Getty Images

While being detained, Narkar drove to the home alone and repeatedly insisted he “wasn’t stabbed” and “possessed,” according to police warrant documents.

He also told officers he went inside, looked for CDs and asked if he could “play the third song to save her,” according to police.

Narkar also yelled at police, telling them to “don’t look him in the f***ing eyes.”

The victim said he had known Narkar for more than 20 years and worked with him at a fast-food restaurant, and that Narkar had been sending him strange text messages warning him not to listen to Spotify.

Inside the home, police found a broken window by the back door and blood stains from the window to the kitchen. A blood-stained CD and its case were found on the island.

Police said Nalkar also allegedly vandalized the home’s entertainment equipment and stereo system and began writing something in blood on a projector screen, but only finished writing the letter “R.”

Paramedics took Narker to Hendricks Regional Hospital in Danville for an examination, where doctors determined he was mentally unstable and hospitalized.

He has not yet been formally arrested, but Avon Police have issued warrants charging him with felony burglary, criminal damage to property and disturbance of peace.

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