Grandparents stop creep who broke in and tried to kidnap their granddaughter

Grandparents rule! Mess with our grandchildren and you will have to pay dearly...!


The bond between grandparents and grandchildren is one of the purest and strongest out there. The little ones are well aware of the fact that their grandmas and grandpas are there to buy them a bunch of stuff and spoil them rotten. Above all, in these elderly members of their family, the kids can always find shelter.

That grandparents are ready to go above and beyond for the safety and the well-being of the grandchildren can be clearly seen from the following story. Namely, on the night of June 10th, 37-year-old Benjamin Dillon made a huge mistake when he chose the wrong grandma and grandpa to mess with.

Namely, as Patty Roth and her husband were babysitting their granddaughter, Dillon broke in and tried to kidnap the 6-year-old girl.

Speaking to Fox 59, Roth said how her husband went into “granddaddy beast mode’ and had the creep out of the apartment. He courageously fought the man back until the police arrived.

“I was sound asleep in my bedroom and this guy came kicking in and said, ‘You have my daughter,’ I was nervous, very nervous. I was shaking so bad,” Roth recalled.

The girl, of course, wasn’t his daughter, but he was so high that he got into the wrong apartment.

Luckily, the girl wasn’t hurt and Dillon was soon taken by the police whom he tried to fight. Because of his aggressive behavior, officers used a Taser gun several times to subdue him.

”I don’t understand why he picked our apartment. I’ll never figure that one out. I hope he gets the help he needs and I hope he gets himself back on his feet.”

Although the incident took place in June, the story of Dillon went viral just recently.

Roth believes Dillon should get some help in order to fight his drug addiction, but she’s also giving him a warning, saying:

”I wouldn’t want him walking back in my apartment again. He will regret it the next time.”

I guess the moral of the story is to never mess with grandparents, don’t you think so?