Couple Left Bikes In Yard To Lure Thieves, Beat Them With Bats And Posted Videos On YouTube

Couple Left Bikes In Yard To Lure Thieves, Beat Them With Bats And Posted Videos On YouTube

Usually, when one hears screams for help from their neighbor’s yard, they don’t expect it to be coming from the burglar. This may be the case for most people, but not for one Visalia, California couple. After moving into the area, they started to fear for their possessions. To protect their stuff, as well as themselves, they took matters into their own hands. They used a bicycle as bait to lure in potential thieves, and then beat them up. Yes, this actually happened.

In January 2020, the Visalia police made an arrest they hoped could answer. A series of beatings had happened in the Visalia area. Corey Cornutt, 25, and Savannah Grillot, 29, had just moved into the 200 block of East Dove Avenue. They say they felt concerned for their safety and the security of their stuff. Being new to the area, their concern was warranted in their opinion because their car was broken into on the first night and then again a couple of weeks later.

They decided to become vigilantes for their own security needs. Instead of waiting around for the police to arrive, which would be too late, they came up with a plan together. They left a bicycle in their front yard. The only thing was, it had no lock and chain. It was completely at risk of being taken by anyone who might walk past and think that no one was looking.

The only thing is that Corey and Savannah were watching. They would wait to see if anyone went up to try to steal the bike. Then they would jump out and beat them up with a baseball bat. The couple not only assaulted the failed thieves, but they took videos while they were at it. They later posted these clips on YouTube.

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