Bradenton, Fla., resident Usier Rosario (pictured), who was wanted for a violent home invasion that took place last November, was apprehended by the U.S. Marshals Service and the Sarasota County Sheriff’s office from a dryer at his home.
A Sheriff’s office report states that on the morning of the home invasion, a male victim was struck over the head as he stepped outside his apartment. Rosario, Anthony Lusson, and a third unidentified attacker reportedly dragged the victim back inside his home and then yanked a woman’s hair before throwing her down to the floor. After allegedly choking the male victim, the captors ransacked the apartment, looking for valuables to confiscate while holding their victims at gunpoint, then fled.
Deputies managed to locate Rosario after scouring some leads, and when they entered his home, they found him hiding in a clothes dryer. The assailant was charged with two counts of home invasion, robbery with a firearm, and one count of aggravated assault with a firearm. Suspect Lusson knew his victims and was cuffed shortly after the crime. He faces a $150,000 bond.