Last week a Northbridge mother of 3 named Tarah Schweitzer was in her backyard when her 3 kids told her that a man had come into their house for 15 minutes, did nothing, and left.
It gets crazier. For the 16 minutes he was there he went up the stairs, stood outside a room where a kid was napping, looked out the window, a 7 year old and her cousin walked by him twice and thought nothing of it, patted the dog, stared at another kid, left, and the mother understandably didn’t believe a word of it until she saw the video.
Turns out the poor kid was catfished by someone on Snapchat who told him to meet there to hook up, but despite being the victim in this situation the guy with blue balls was arrested on a warrant for B&E in the daytime, and is being charged with a felony.
Wait….what? The homeowner herself doesn’t even seem to care that much and isn’t asking for charges to be placed.
It’s bad enough that Esteban De Jesus Fronfrias-Soto has 38 names, but he drove all the way from Worcester to Northbridge and instead of catching coochy he caught a felony charge. I have never seen a more appropriate time for the “free muh boi” patrol to show up and demand he be released, yet they are MIA on this one.
The boomer patrol is having a tough time understanding how this happened and thanked NPD for locking up this dangerous man who harmed absolutely nobody, and took nothing from the house despite having ample opportunity to.
Yea, you’ve never let yourself into a home because some chick on Snapchat told you to because back when you were in the courtship you had to pin the girl at the sockhop first and take her out for milkshakes.
Welcome to the future Michael.
For all the people saying, “why did he wait 15 minutes” or “I’d never just open a door and walk inside a home,” I got new for you – this is how people get laid now. He waited 15 minutes because he was confused. He was probably thinking, “this bitch didn’t tell me she had kids,” and since none of them seem startled he probably thought very little of it. Eventually he realized he was being played and got out of there. But if he was there to do bad things why would he park in her driveway and take nothing with him? Why would he wait in the house that long if he was there to rob her, knowing that people were home? Why would he pick a random side street in Northbridge to do this? The only possible story that makes any sense is that he was catfished.
I can totally relate to this too. Last month I started getting weird sexual text messages (including dick pics) from strange men who said they found my number on Craigs List. Turns out someone put my information on an ad claiming that I was looking for a “big guy.”
I did a live stream on Turtle Club in which I called each and every one of the guys who tried to get in my pants, and it was pretty hilarious. Luckily none of them showed up at my house, and I still get text messages for this ad to this day.
Whoever set this kid up specifically chose this home in Northbridge to send him to. Why? Was it random, or does she have people looking to fuck with her like I do? Tarah would be best advised to consider who her enemies are at this point, because they’ll do it again now that they know it works.
I don’t know how any of this works because I’m way too old for Snapface, but whoever did this should face a felony charge. What if the homeowner was a gun owner? What if they freaked out and shot him? This isn’t some victimless crime or funny prank. Someone could get seriously hurt. This is who the Northbridge Police should be going after instead of arresting and charging the victim. Do the right thing and free muh boi!
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