Tobias Brewer Wiki – Tobias Brewer Biography
A Florida teenage was arrested for allegedly beating his court-appointed guardian to the brink of death with a frying pan and repeatedly stabbing her with a razor because she told him to clean her room. Tobias ‘Toby’ Jacob Brewer, 17, was arrested Nov. 30 after assaulting his guardian, who police say is a relative but not his biological mother, at his home in Cocoa, Florida.
Brew then fled the scene with his girlfriend and two friends in the victim’s black Kia Rio. He had also planned to shoot his mother and even asked his friend to bring a gun. However, his friend, who suffers from autism, offered him a knife. However, the friend’s knife was not used in the crime, reports the Daily Mail. The crime was reported by the victim’s girlfriend after her son told her that Brew killed her mother.
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Tobias Brewer Cause of Death
Police found the victim on the floor near his laundry room with the handle of the bloody frying pan and the knife nearby. According to a People report, the victim was found covered in blood and her nose was “almost completely severed.” As she clung to life, she was able to tell the police, “Toby did this.”
She was immediately airlifted to the hospital, where she is in critical condition. Police were able to track Brew using Gray’s cell phone. He was arrested after leading police through a chase that ended when the vehicle crashed on US 1.
During cross-examination, Brew reportedly admitted to biting his guardian until the frying pan handle broke. He then allegedly switched to a pocket knife and proceeded to stab her multiple times, according to the police report. “The suspect reported that he does not like to clean his room and that he was tired of the victim (his mother) constantly insisting on it,” the report stated.
Brewer told detectives that he then took both of his mother’s car keys and took money from his purse “so that he would have money once he left the area,” according to the report. The concoction is currently facing charges of attempted first-degree murder, grand theft of a motor vehicle, and fleeing and eluding police.
Fox Orlando reported that Brewer was booked into juvenile detention following his arrest last month. Brewer will be tried as an adult and will appear in court on January 11. It was not clear if Brewer pleaded guilty to the charges or hired an attorney to comment on his behalf.