Jacksonville teen tried to steal former UCF QB Blake Bortles' truck


The Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback and a number of his teammates were at a house party hosted by Brandon Linder on Wednesday night when some of them noticed a odd man lurking around the house. The truck was boxed in, so instead he apparently made a decision to crash the party, held at the home of Jaguars center Brandon Linder (per the AP).

A Jacksonville man tried to speed off with a Jacksonville Jaguars players 2017 Ford F-150, Action News Jax reported. Bortles said that nothing appeared to have been removed from the wallet.

Footage allegedly shows the suspect stealing Blake's wallet - and then attempting to leave with the truck. but he was boxed in by other cars and couldn't get out. It was here that Horton lifted Bortles's wallet.

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Horton, it turns out, is a student at Fletcher High School in nearby Neptune Beach, and his address as provided to police was a multimillion-dollar residence where he lives with his parents, also near the site of the party.

Duval County jail records show 18-year-old Joseph Arthur Horton is charged with auto theft, auto burglary and trespassing.

Surveillance footage at the home caught the thief on camera and allegedly shows the suspect taking Bortles' wallet and attempting to steal the vehicle.

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When officers arrived on scene, they found Horton being held by Bortles and two of the quarterback's buddies, ESPN reported. Horton said he went to the house to find his ex-girlfriend, but guests had no idea who he was talking about.

A few minutes later, Linder asked him who he was, the report said.

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