On June 27 around 8:40 p.m., an employee of Domino’s Pizza in Orlando was heading out for a delivery when 30-year-old Brent Van Besien allegedly approached him with gun, demanding money.
The pizza delivery man asked if it was a joke – and Van Besien, of Eustis, told him "no, and he would kill” him.
Fearing for his life, the pizza man gave him all that he had – a whopping ten dollars – and Van Besien ran away.
Van Besien then made his wife drive him home from Domino’s, according to a Lake County Sheriff's Office report. There, they changed clothes before going to a gas station.
When the couple tried returning again to their apartment, Van Besien saw deputies at their home. That's when he pooped on himself – and made his wife take him to his mom’s house.
There, Van Besien told his mother “he did something stupid, the cops were looking for him and he could get ten years for it,” according to a report.
Van Besien then asked to come inside because he had “[pooped] his pants” and wanted to tell her goodbye, his mother told deputies.
Van Besien’s mother ultimately let him inside for a short time before sending him back home, according to a report. That’s where deputies met him and searched his apartment.
Deputies didn’t immediately find any evidence. They did, however, find a roll of toilet paper in his wife’s purse that she said her mother-in-law gave to her. When deputies questioned his wife, she told them about her husband’s crime and that she was a victim of domestic violence, who was forced to drive him around.
Deputies eventually arrested Van Besien lastTuesday and booked him into Lake County jail.
Source: Orlando Sentinel