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Dad Walks In On Man Molesting His Child - Quickly Takes Justice Into His Own Hands

Thoughts of a loved one in peril are enough to cause even the most hardened person some serious pause. There’s no telling how you’ll react when such a situation comes to pass, and we can only hope that we don’t have to deal with such traumatizing things.

Unfortunately, those hopes go unanswered for many people each and every day, and the life-altering experience can be tough to process. It’s even tougher when you have a bird's-eye view to a terrifying situation, such as the one that James Browning had to deal with.

As AWM shares, Browning would arrive home to find a grown man molesting his 11-year-old son. He immediately flew into a fit of rage, and he beat the man to a bloody pulp. Browning held back before he did serious damage, and he promptly phoned the cops with a succinct message.

“I just walked in and found a grown man molesting [my child], and I’ve got him in a bloody puddle for you right now,” he said.

Members of the Daytona Beach police department were quickly on the scene, and 18-year-old Raymond Frolander was placed under arrest for molesting a child. Browning had left Frolander in charge while he went out to do some errands, as his son was behind playing some video games with friends.

He would arrive back home to find that the friends were gone. Browning went looking for his son, and he would find him alone in a back room with Frolander, who had his pants around his ankles.

The investigation would determine that Frolander had been having his way with the child for some time, but the boy’s family had no idea a trusted friend was doing something so incomprehensible. Since Browning had caught him in the act, responding officers didn’t have all that much to say to him.

Police chief Mike Chitwood was asked if he had any problem with how Browning handled things, and he offered up a simple reply.

“Not as a police chief and not as a father,” he said.

Frolander was found guilty on all charges, and he didn’t have anything resembling a viable defense. He’s been sentenced to 25 years behind bars, and Browning offered up his thoughts after sentencing.

“He’s going to learn in the next 25 years why I let him live,” he said.

As for the child, his family notes that he’s coming around after the traumatizing experience, but it’s going to take some time for the wounds to heal.

“He just needs to learn to trust again,” said the child’s grandmother.

We can only hope that the child comes to terms with what happened to him, and that he’s getting all of the help that he needs to process things. He obviously has a dad that will do absolutely anything for him, and we would imagine that provides at least a small sense of comfort.

As for Frolander, he got what was coming to him, and we would imagine he’ll be getting even more over the next 25 years in prison.

Source: AWM
Photos: YouTube Screenshots

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