Fla. man faces burglary rap after fleeing from motel ‘ghost’

On Tuesday, a man in Florida who said he saw a “ghost” at a motel ran wild in Daytona Beach and tried to break into his house while yelling “Help!” And he was arrested for robbery, police said.

Andrew George, 38, and his companion Natasha Kathuroy, 36, had secured a room at the Travel Inn just before the blast but requested a refund after hearing the bathroom window open. requested. reported by WKMG.

The couple fled towards Beach Street, believing a “shadow” was following them, according to court records cited by the newspaper.

While driving around the Halifax Marina parking lot, George fell into the water. His buddy helped him, and then they sprinted to the company at 432 S. Beach St.

Kathloy knocked on the door and George picked up a chair and broke the window. In a fuss for help, the residents of 426 S. Beach Street awoke.

Florida resident Andrew George, 38, was charged with robbery after fleeing a supposed ghost from a motel he was staying with Natasha Kathuroy, 36.
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Natasha Kathuroy
Kathroy is being questioned by the principal on suspicion of robbery and drug offenses.
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A woman who lived there saw the couple at the entrance of the store, and Mr. Kathuroi called out to them, “Please help me!”

George then allegedly ran toward the resident, who ran back inside, locked the door, grabbed a knife and threatened to use it in banging on the door, WKMG quoted WKMG as saying. stated in the document.

Meanwhile, another resident called 911, and Kathuroy tried to stop the violent man.

Home, 426 S. Beach Street
George allegedly attempted to break into 426 South Beach Street.
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When police arrived, they found George lying on the ground covered in blood and screaming in pain. It’s unclear how he was injured.

He told investigators he and Kathuroy fled the motel because he believed a “ghost” was trying to harm him and said, “May God be with him (Kachulroy).” I couldn’t get into the business because I said I was a bad person.” ”

George also told police that he decided not to enter the house because he could hear the children and didn’t want to scare them.

He blamed ecstasy for his “wrong choice” that night.

George was charged with two counts of theft and was posted on $20,000 bail.

Kathuroy faces drug trafficking and robbery charges against the principal. She was held on $5,000 bail.

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