Three charged in beating that caused man's eye to split in half


 Name: Elizabeth Sexton-Palmer 
 Charge:  AGG BATTERY GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DISABILITY OR DISFIGURE, BURGLARY - WITH
ASSAULT OR BATTERY
 Residence: Naples, FL 
 Age: 36
 Occupation: UNKNOWN
 Case #: Not yet available

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CCSO


  • Name: Elizabeth Sexton-Palmer
  • Charge: AGG BATTERY GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DISABILITY OR DISFIGURE, BURGLARY - WITH ASSAULT OR BATTERY
  • Residence: Naples, FL
  • Age: 36
  • Occupation: UNKNOWN
  • Case #: Not yet available

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 Name: MICHAEL WESLEY PALMER 
 Charge:  AGG BATTERY GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DISABILITY OR DISFIGURE, BURGLARY - WITH ASSAULT OR BATTERY
 Residence: Naples, FL 
 Age: 36
 Occupation: TREE TRIMMER 
 Case #: Not yet available

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CCSO


  • Name: MICHAEL WESLEY PALMER
  • Charge: AGG BATTERY GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DISABILITY OR DISFIGURE, BURGLARY - WITH ASSAULT OR BATTERY
  • Residence: Naples, FL
  • Age: 36
  • Occupation: TREE TRIMMER
  • Case #: Not yet available

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 Name: Danielle Wilson
 Charge:  AGG BATTERY GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DISABILITY OR DISFIGURE, BURGLARY - WITH ASSAULT OR BATTERY
 Residence: Naples, FL 
 Age: 40
 Occupation: UNKNOWN
 Case #: Not yet available

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CCSO


  • Name: Danielle Wilson
  • Charge: AGG BATTERY GREAT BODILY HARM PERM DISABILITY OR DISFIGURE, BURGLARY - WITH ASSAULT OR BATTERY
  • Residence: Naples, FL
  • Age: 40
  • Occupation: UNKNOWN
  • Case #: Not yet available

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Three East Naples residents are facing felony charges after they entered a man's home and severely beat him, causing many of his facial bones to break and his eye to be split in half.

Elizabeth Sexton-Palmer, 36, Danielle Wilson, 40, and Michael Palmer, 36, of the 11200 block of U.S. 41, were arrested Wednesday by Collier County sheriff's deputies in the 8000 block of Lely Cultural Parkway.

According to arrest reports, the three entered the man's home without his permission and began punching him several times in the face. The victim's roommate told deputies he ran into the room, trying to stop them from punching him in the face anymore, and observed them demanding the victim for $100 but then fled the scene.

The victim was transported to NCH North Collier Hospital, where he was treated for multiple fractures to the left side of his face and broken nasal, orbital and cheek bones, according to reports.

Deputies said that in addition to the broken bones, the victim suffered a ruptured globe in his left eye, causing his eyeball to split vertically.

Due to the victim's severe injuries, Sexton-Palmer, Wilson, and Palmer, are all facing felony charges of aggravated battery with disfigurement.

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Sick writes:

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MisterK writes:

Swift, severe, justice. We cannot allow the barbarians to not be deterred. End this world for maggots like these three. And, Stand Your Ground legislation has my full support. It's time some of the "good guys" fight back. Logging out and headed to load the weaponry.

Here4Now writes:

Holy S, that one chick looks like Carrot Top. White cracker trash and East Naples, made for each other.

KennyR (Inactive) writes:

We've had a double homicide, a home invasion rape, and this brutal attack all this week? Nothing bad every happens here, why would anybody possibly need a firearm??

floridacarpenter writes:

in response to MisterK:

Swift, severe, justice. We cannot allow the barbarians to not be deterred. End this world for maggots like these three. And, Stand Your Ground legislation has my full support. It's time some of the "good guys" fight back. Logging out and headed to load the weaponry.

What he ^^^^^ says

milo writes:

I had heard that the New 3 Stooges Movie is out, but these 3 low life dirtbags aren't even funny. They could make a rat gag. I pray that they dont have children or even pets.
IDEA: put them in an oil drum....douse them with gasoline...and save the Taxpayers 50 K per year each. Unless you want them to try rehab in YOUR home. Just look at the scumballs.

milo writes:

PALMER AND DE PALMA ARE THE SAME NAME EXCEPT THAT MICHAEL HAS A HARD TIME WITH TWO WORDS IN A ROW. GIVE HIM A EARTHWORM, AND HELL, THEY COULD CHAT ALL DAY.

manforpeace writes:

i thought a eye would squish, not split..?
You only need one eye to aim..

Z07 writes:

Who would open the door for these 3 without having a pistol at the ready?

sendemback writes:

the Skunk Ape does exist and it just dropped 3 turds in East Naples

Leathercraftswoman (Inactive) writes:

While this is a horrible situation and the man was badly hurt in the ruckus it fails to mention the fact the man stole the 100.00 from them in the first place. So NDN get the facts straight.

Leathercraftswoman (Inactive) writes:

in response to Leathercraftswoman:

While this is a horrible situation and the man was badly hurt in the ruckus it fails to mention the fact the man stole the 100.00 from them in the first place. So NDN get the facts straight.

I read the full story elsewhere. So the victim is not an innocent party and this was not just some random burglary. Even still I hope the man heals and does not lose his sight over this.

MisterK writes:

Thank you Leathercraftswoman. I wondered if there was more to this story.

Bunk writes:

Some prison time, some monitary resitution, and what do you say to 100 lashes each. We need to bring corporal punishment back to the justice system. We cant afford to house these cretins for several years.

KG0614 writes:

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NOYB5 writes:

in response to MisterK:

Swift, severe, justice. We cannot allow the barbarians to not be deterred. End this world for maggots like these three. And, Stand Your Ground legislation has my full support. It's time some of the "good guys" fight back. Logging out and headed to load the weaponry.

I suggest that the custom of "an eye for an eye" would be applicable here. Literally.

Throat_Yogurt writes:

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KG0614 writes:

Someone should talk to that Michael... He's obviously all ears... Haaaaaaaaha.

TiredoftheBS writes:

Who is going to be charged with their disfigurement.

Bramble writes:

"...and observed them demanding the victim for $100 but then fled the scene."

For $100? What does that mean? Who at NDN wrote this? Didn't any editors read this before posting? Hope it doesn't wind up in print copy.

HIGHWATER writes:

blasted !!Where's a good shotgun when you really need one.

Shame these pieces of dirt were'nt hauled off in body bags by the county coroner.
Would've been better for tax payers and a better story to read.

NDN's frellin anti curse program is really annoying!!

savethewhalz writes:

It's an awful burden to owe money. This incident is likely the white trash equivalent of an IRS raid. "I want my money and I want it NOW!

Creep writes:

If would only take a hundred for them to leave i'll kick in fifty

just_makin_it writes:

Everyone should take a concealed carry class, and keep a weapon in the house. Can't believe all the crap that happens in this town. And get ready folks, it can just get worse from here on in.

methadont writes:

WTF? So this much aggression, and orchestrating an attack like this seemed worth it to these people for....$33 each? I doubt they had real impressive reputations that this guy damaged by thumbing his nose at a debt to them or something. I guess, if I had to guess, which I do b/c the article's not gonna tell us, that they're all broke down old junkies who started freaking out like, mob mentality style, b/c they realized that $100 could buy a few hits of whatever it is they like to put in their syringes

Edgar_J_Bloody_Watson writes:

If those maggots, showed up at my place, they would have met "The Judge" long before court.

native_at_heart writes:

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agreed

naplescriminaldefense writes:

Burglary with a battery is a first degree felony punishable by up to 30 yrs. someone needs a lawyer.

wonderful (Inactive) writes:

in response to GOPWhistleblower:

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I think it was your hero sharpie that upon gazing at the pics of the perps howled: "I have been to the mountain and I have seen the siverback!" and the crowd roared and young carney yelled: "NOW!"

And MOMS do no work!

beetlejuice writes:

http://www.exploratorium.edu/learning...
halfing an eyeball
absurdity
wtf?
National Inquirer would b proud
sad

gladimgone writes:

that is whan this trailer trash town has become. this place blows.

gladimgone writes:

in response to gladimgone:

that is whan this trailer trash town has become. this place blows.

what lmao

Here4Now writes:

I just hate when my eyeball splits in half.

SMILES writes:

Why wouldn't the charge be attempted murder? Who splits someone's eye ball? How does that get fixed?

It's time to pay back these snakes in kind!

wrightconnection writes:

Everyone here agrees, scummbags deserve to rot in prison for what they did to this guy for a $100 debt. Split his eye in half...now I feel better about having a molar extracted this morning that split in half! Can't believe the level of anger in some people in this town...

tampacoco writes:

Life in prison would be to good for these three.

Beachtowel writes:

in response to sendemback:

the Skunk Ape does exist and it just dropped 3 turds in East Naples

Lmao

Beachtowel writes:

Savages. Lock them up and throw away the key.

Here4Now writes:

Can't imagine how painful it would be to have your eyeball burst open like a squished tomato! Just thinking about it is giving me phantom eye pains! Disturbing to the max.

tnflga writes:

Inbred scum. Please, please do not waste our tax dollars on these poor excuses for human beings. They should get death penalty. Public hanging would be appropriate.

emot writes:

in response to TiredoftheBS:

Who is going to be charged with their disfigurement.

Thanks, I needed to laugh!

CooperLover writes:

I hope to God they don't have children. They don't stand a chance. We have case here, where a woman and her boyfriend were fighting and he gouged both of her eyes out. She cannot see her children now. He held her hostage for 12 hours till she could get help. What do you think the appropriate sentence for him would be? I think life would be about right don't you think? Or a quick injection?

MarcoRobert writes:

For a hundred friggin' rotten bucks. Turn the key, lock the door, AND BREAK THE FU^K^^G THE KEY OFF.
We don't ever need to see any of these crack-head-hos ever again...send them to STARK and lose their paper work --- forever.

Or have them visit my home and meet my house guests Smithy Wesson, and Jon Glock.

Here, in Collier County---it makes me want to vomit, then go to the gun range.

Jarvis (Inactive) writes:

Hope these perps spend at least 20 years in prison.

brighteyes writes:

I don't want any of them to spend time in prison. The taxpayer dollar pays for their prison time. These lowlifes deserve each other and should have been able to duke it out among themselves.

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