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Daytona Dad Beats Man He Found Allegedly Raping His Son

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 DAYTONA BEACH- An 18-year-old accused molester, beaten unconscious by the father of the victim.

Friday the suspect is behind bars.

The damage left on the suspect's face shows what one father did to a man accused of a sexual attack his son.

That Daytona father called 911 early this morning after the beating.

"I just walked in and found a grown man molesting my (bleep) and i got him in a bloody puddle right now for you, officer," said the Father in the 911 call.

The 35-year-old father tells the 911 operator he just left for a little while and when he came back he says he thought he heard something in the back bedroom.

"I looked at Ray and said what's going on? And he stood up and his pants fell around his ankles. I knew what was going on and i did what i had a right to except i didn't kill him," the father explained to the operator.

Police showed up to find 18-year-old Raymond Frolander unconscious on the floor.

He went to the hospital, then was taken to the jail and faced a judge today.

Police chief Mike Chitwood says Frolander admitted to sexually battering the boy for the past 3 years.

"You think to yourself here's a young man who's innocence was taken away from him. An 8-11 year old should be outside playing sports and video games, not cowering in fear," Said Chitwood.

Police say the father will not face any charges for the beating because he was protecting his son as a crime was being committed.

"i think the father did what any father would like to do," said Chitwood.

The last words the father said to Frolander...

"You are damn lucky boy that I love my god!"

The judge gave Frolander no bond. He just turned 18 last month.

 

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