Concealed Carry & Home Defense

Horse Jockey Masturbates On Patio, Fights Dogs, Assaults Two People, Gets Shot

Chuck Ross Investigative Reporter

A drug-crazed jockey had an action-packed Sunday — but not at the horse track.

Police say Angel Suarez Medero, 21, is in critical condition following a crime spree which began with him masturbating in front of a woman on the deck of her Bensalem, Penn. apartment and ended with him getting shot twice.

“I was sitting on the couch,” Suarez Medero’s first target told NBC Philadelphia. “My dogs started freaking out. They went up to the door and I looked up and I could see from my living room that there was a man on my deck.”

The woman said Suarez Medero motioned to her to remain silent as her dogs — two long-haired dachshunds named Ollie and Heinz — barked.

“He laid down on the floor, stood back up and then he started masturbating on my deck,” she continued. “I stood there for like ten seconds and I tried to get them to come with me but they wouldn’t. Then I got out of there.”

As the woman was leaving her apartment, Suarez Medero broke in through the sliding glass patio door. At that point the two dogs began attacking Suarez Medero.

“We’ve trained our dogs to protect against intruders and they did exactly that,” the woman’s fiance told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “They’re our heroes in all this.”

After wrecking havoc on the apartment, Suarez Medero fell out of the apartment’s second-floor window.

Ollie went with him, but the dog ran off.

But the night wasn’t over for Suarez Medero. He went looking for more trouble, and found it.

The horse racer, who works at the Parx Casino racetrack, broke into a first-floor apartment and assaulted the two residents there, according to NBC Philadelphia.

During a struggle, one of the residents pulled out a gun and shot Suarez Medero twice.

He was rushed to the hospital where he underwent surgery. He is currently listed in critical condition and will likely face charges of burglary and assault.

The resident who shot Suarez Medero will not face charges, police said.

Ollie had still not been found as of late Monday.

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