PHILADELPHIA — A housebreaking try on the New Jersey residence of Fletcher Cox prompted the Eagles defensive deal with to seize a shotgun, inflicting the suspect to flee, in accordance with a grievance filed to Harrison Township Municipal Courtroom.
The suspect was the ex-boyfriend of a girl staying at Cox’s residence, in accordance with the grievance filed final Wednesday.
The suspect is alleged to have broken a automobile on the property by throwing rocks by means of the entrance and rear home windows, and he then tried to realize entrance to the residence by throwing giant rocks by means of the entrance doorways.
He was allegedly noticed on surveillance cameras strolling across the exterior of the residence with a baseball bat and making an attempt to enter by means of the storage a number of occasions.
Cox grabbed a shotgun, prompting the suspect to flee the realm in a black Porsche earlier than finally being apprehended.
“The police are dealing with it,” Eagles coach Doug Pederson stated Wednesday. “It is a private subject, so I am out of it.”
Cox missed apply with an sickness on the identical date because the alleged incident. Pederson stated his absence was “unrelated to that.”
The suspect is alleged to have brought about over $2,000 in damages to Cox’s residence.
“We do our greatest to guard our gamers right here on premise, however clearly they’ve private lives and all of us have private lives and issues are going to return up. And so we do the most effective we will to coach our gamers and attempt to defend them the most effective we will,” Pederson stated.