National Football League quarterback Blake Bortles detained a teenage party crasher at a beach house shindig, only to later learn that the errant youth had stolen his wallet and attempted to steal his truck! Surveillance cameras at the beach house showed the young interloper entering the QB's Ford F-150 truck, which was unlocked with the keys inside. Bortles said that nothing appeared to have been removed from the wallet.
Bortles was attending a house party at teammate Brandon Linder's home when he noticed a man, Joseph Horton, that he didn't recognize. Apparently, Bortles left his truck unlocked with the keys inside.
But witnesses told police that Horton's attempts to drive off in Bortles' truck were thwarted by other cars boxing in the vehicle, WJXT said.
But he couldn't make his escape as the auto was boxed in by other vehicles.
This is where things got insane. cops checked the surveillance video from the home and saw the man walk up from the street and get into Blake's black Ford F-150 truck, which was unlocked with the keys inside.
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Horton was arrested and charged with burglary, trespassing and grand theft, according to court documents.
At that point the video shows the thief, identified by police as 18-year-old Joseph Horton, go inside Linder's house, where he was eventually apprehended by Bortles and company. Horton then walked into the residence and was asked who he was.
After they phoned police, Bortles and two of his friends stood guard over the teen to assure he wouldn't get away.
Neighbors confirmed that he lived there with his parents.