Man reportedly enters former co-workers home to perform exorcism

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You may know employees who go above and beyond to help cover shifts, but one former Chick-fil-A staff member apparently wanted to perform an exorcism at his old coworker’s home.
Someone called to report a break-in at their home early Tuesday morning. Avon Police say a man had broken a window to access the property.
But, when they arrived, they learned that they were not addressing a standard burglary.
Instead, their 38-year-old suspect told them that he had come to the home to perform an exorcism on a female. He had brought a CD for the occasion, and he explained that “track…three” was going to “save her.”
The man was later admitted to a local hospital. He is now facing charges for crimes including criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

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