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Entertainment NFL Icon Joe Montana Confronts Intruder Trying To Kidnap His Grandchild

01:25  28 september  2020
01:25  28 september  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana is said to have fought off a home invader who reportedly tried to The police say that the 64-year-old Montana and his wife, Jennifer, quickly confronted the woman TMZ reported that officials charged the 39-year-old suspect with kidnapping and burglary.

Legendary NFL quarterback Joe Montana and his wife confronted a woman suspected of trying to kidnap their grandchild Saturday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

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Joe Montana and his family were left shaken after a frightening incident that took place within their Los Angeles-area home.

According to a report from TMZ, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirms that a 39-year-old woman entered the home of the former NFL quarterback home through an unlocked door on Saturday.

The intruder saw a baby — Montanta's 9-month-old grandchild — sleeping in a playpen and snatched the child away, carrying the baby to another part of the house.

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NFL star Joe Montana and his wife, Jennifer, saved one of their grandchildren from an intruder that allegedly snuck into a Malibu, California, home on Saturday and attempted to take the Joe Montana and his wife, Jennifer, confronted woman who allegedly tried to kidnap one of their grandchildren .

American football legend Joe Montana and his wife have rescued their nine-month-old grandchild from a kidnapping attempt, authorities say. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said the couple confronted a woman who had entered their house and grabbed the child from a playpen.

Montana, 64, and his wife, Jennifer, quickly confronted the woman in an attempt to de-escalate the situation. When it became clear that wasn't happening, "a scuffle ensued" and the Montanas managed to wrestle the baby out of the intruder's arms before she ran off.

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As it turned out, officers from the Sheriff's Department happened to be in the neighbourhood "on an unrelated matter." Someone within Montana's home was able to flag down one of the deputies and inform them of what just took place, and they were able to track down the intruder a few blocks away.

The suspect, later identified as Sodsai Dalzell, was arrested on charges of kidnapping an burglary. Neither the Montanas nor the baby were injured.

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NFL legend and former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana had quite the weekend, as he saved his baby grandchild from being According to ABC News, an intruder came into Montana 's Malibu As the woman tried to walk away with the child, they " confronted the female, attempted to

- NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and his wife had to grab his baby granddaughter from the arms of an intruder inside his Malibu home Saturday to prevent her from being The woman walked upstairs with the child where the infant's grandparents confronted her and took the child back.

Montana, who led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowls, took to Twitter to assure fans that although it was a "scary situation," he and his family are "doing well."


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