A convicted sex offender attempted to kidnap a 6-year-old girl from a park but was instead served an epic dose of street justice.
Jesse Brisbin, 30, allegedly approached the girl while she played with her siblings at Benefit Park Park in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Seattle around 7:00 p.m. Brisbin then reportedly asked the girl to leave with him, which she refused to do.
Next, Brisbin allegedly grabbed the girl and dragged her three blocks from the park. The girl managed to break free from Brisbin and make her way to safety, according to The Seattle Times.
Brisbin then ran, but the girl’s father and two of his friends gave chase and caught up to him. He assaulted one of the men and that’s when they all tackled him and proceeded to beat him.
Then the little girl’s father then made Brisbin call 911 using his own cellphone and report what he had just done, according to the New York Daily News.
Brisbin goes by the name “Infamous” and lives less than a half-mile from the park. KOMO reported that he was also wearing a state Department of Corrections GPS tracking device on one of his ankles during the attempted kidnapping, for all the good that did.
According to records, the girl was not injured and Brisbin was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping.
Brisbin was convicted in 2009 for indecent exposure and communication with a minor for immoral purposes in Washington. In 1999, he was convicted of kidnapping, criminal sexual contact and endangering the welfare of a child in New Jersey.
Apparently, this creep will never learn his lesson. He needs to be locked up before he does any harm to anyone else.
H/T America News
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