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    A Palm Coast resident fought off a home invader armed with a pipe who broke into his residence demanding a video game system, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office said.
    Allan M. Crosswell, 52, was arrested Tuesday night after police said he forced his way into the Fenhill Lane home and ordered the occupant give him an Xbox 360.
    When the residents refused, police said Crosswell threatened to "use the pipe," a sheriff's report states.
    The occupants forced Crosswell out of the house and locked the door. Deputies arrested him outside without incident, the report states.
    Crosswell was charged with armed home invasion and aggravated assault and taken to the Flagler County Inmate Facility. He was being held Thursday on $10,000 bail.
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    HOT DOG! WE HAVE A WEINER!

    Im suprised he didnt have a rock instead of a pipe.

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    How Ignorant can you get
    Hey Isn't that over ther were the Condom tent was located ?

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    And Flagler Live has a different spin on it! It sounds more realistic anyway!

    Gunfire And A Possible Home Invasion
    Accusations of theft escalated into gunfire June 15 and landed two Palm Coast men in jail, according to a Sheriff s Office report. But what exactly went down that night is less clear.
    Fenhill Lane residents Justin Titone, 25, and Lauren Corsentino, 27, told deputies that Allan Crosswell, 52, and Roger Ambs, 51, showed up enraged about a video game console, damaged their home with a steel pipe and Crosswell forcefully invaded their home. They were able to push Crosswell back out of the home and lock the door behind him, the pair told deputies. But he continued to kick the door and hit it with the steel pipe. Corsentino retrieved a shotgun from a closet in the home “in the event that Crosswell made entry again,” the report said. But as she handed it off to Titone, it discharged, the pair told deputies. Crosswell was not in the home, they said.
    Friends Crosswell and Ambs, of Palm Coast and Flagler Beach respectively, had a different story, though. Titone and Corsentino had taken some property from Crosswell s home the day before, the men said. They were there that night to get some answers. But as they walked toward the home, they were greeting by Titone and Corsentino. Titone had a bat, in their telling of the story. That prompted Crosswell to go get a steel pipe from his car “for self defense,” the report said. Meanwhile, Ambs and Titone are still arguing. When Crosswell returned with the pipe, he said Crosswell aimed a shot gun at him. He retreated to his car and waited for authorities and Ambs and Titone continued to argue, Crosswell told deputies.
    In the end, deputies confiscated the 20-gauge shotgun and steel pipe and filed charges against both Crosswell and Titone. Crosswell was booked on charges of attempted home invasion and aggravated assault. Titone was arrested for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm–a second-degree felony that can land a man in prison for up to 15 years.
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    yeah he's no stranger to booking

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