Issiah Coffy, 19, doesn’t seem to feel too bad about breaking into to a couple's home and stealing from them at gunpoint.
“You have anything to say to the couple,” he was asked.
“F*%$ them,” he replied.
Police arrested Coffy, who is from Lakeland, and two brothers from Kissimmee, who are just and 15 and 16 years old.
Police said they crashed a stolen car into a ditch less an hour after the home invasion.
Lakeland police said the group rang the door bell of a home on Cleveland Heights boulevard and forced their way in.
One of the suspects had a gun.
Officers said they tied up the woman who lived there and threatened her husband to give them what they wanted.
“You like picking on older people? Is that what you do,” I asked Coffy.
“I get money,” he answered as an officer put him into the back of a police car.
The home invaders got away with some electronics cash and the family car, a 2012 Buick Lacrosse.
Police said the stolen car the teens ended up wrecking, isn’t the one they took from the couple.
That’s why police are looking for at least one other person who was part of the home invasion.
“We want to get their vehicle back, there will be a lot of potential evidence. There had to be a 4th person because that vehicle is still missing,” said Sgt. Gary Gross.
Police did find the victim’s stolen electronics and cash.
Through it all, the victims were shaken up, but not injured.