Escambia Man Faces Life In Prison On Burglary Charge

October 1, 2017

An Escambia County man faces up to life in prison after being convicted on a burglary charge.

Kerrick Teamer, Sr. was convicted by an Escambia County Jury of two counts of burglary of a dwelling with a firearm, felony battery, simple assault, two counts aggravated assault, and discharging a firearm in public.

On March 8, 2015, Teamer unlawfully entered the residence of his ex-girlfriend. He shoved his way into the residence while armed with a firearm. When confronted by Teamer, his ex-girlfriend fled the residence. While she was running, Teamer began to chase her and fired at least one shot. The victim went to a neighbor’s home and hid in the backroom. Teamer then broke into that home and pointed his gun at a minor child looking for the victim. He then left that residence firing the gun again.

Escambia County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene to investigate and collect evidence. Teamer was subsequently located and arrested.

Circuit Judge Thomas Dannheisser scheduled sentencing for October 16, 2017. Teamer  faces a life sentence for the burglary convictions as a prison releasee reoffender.


One Response to “Escambia Man Faces Life In Prison On Burglary Charge”

  1. mick on October 2nd, 2017 8:33 am

    PRISON RELEASEE REOFFENDER- POINTED HIS GUN AT A MINOR CHILD – judge insure that he dies in prison.

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