Florida man, Leonard Ervin Wayne Tucker, arrested for allegedly using 87-year-old woman “as a mop” to clean up dog urine KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, January 16, 2023

Florida man, Leonard Ervin Wayne Tucker, arrested for allegedly using 87-year-old woman “as a mop” to clean up dog urine

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Florida man, Leonard Ervin Wayne Tucker, arrested for allegedly using 87-year-old woman “as a mop” to clean up dog urine.

An ex-felon who was also a family friend is accused of dragging an 87-year-old woman across the floor and using her "as a mop" to clean up dog urine, according to his arrest report.

Leonard Ervin Wayne Tucker, 56, was arrested in Florida last Thursday, Jan. 5, and charged with elderly abuse.

According to the arrest report, the incident was captured on video.

It took place on Nov. 20, 2022.

The report said Tucker had been living with the woman as her paid caregiver since 2018. It adds, he had been a family friend since the 1990s.

Tucker previously spent 11 years in state prison from 2005 to 2016 on a homicide-manslaughter charge in Santa Rosa County, in the Panhandle. The charge reportedly stemmed from a house fire in Navarre in 2004 that left another man dead.

According to this arrest report, Tucker returned home from the grocery store and became angry with the woman. First, the video showed him slap her in the face.

The report went on to state the video showed the woman cleaning the floor with paper towels before Tucker grabbed her arm, pulled her to the floor, and spun her body around.

The report read, he "held her by her ankles while he pushed her body back and forth over the spot on the floor. Tucker then drag her by her ankles around the living room before releasing her and walking back into the kitchen.

The woman's shirt was wet following the incident, according to the report.

The report states family immediately removed her from the home. Video from 10 days later showed bruising on the woman's arms and buttocks.

The report also said family members told deputies they didn't know about any previous incidents between Tucker and the woman.

Jail records show Tucker was released from the Escambia County Jail on Monday on an unspecified bond.

The investigator reported video evidence of the victim being “dragged around and used as a mop to clean up the dog urine,” by Tucker. The investigator also reported video evidence taken 10 days after the abuse of the injuries and bruises on the victim’s body.

According to the arrest report, on Nov. 20, 2022, Tucker reportedly came home from the grocery store and said “come see something,” to the victim. As the victim walked towards the kitchen, Tucker allegedly grabbed her by her arm, threw her on the floor and used her arm to twist her body around. After the incident, according to the arrest report, the victim called her out-of-town daughter, who notified her son, who immediately removed his mother from the home.

The victim’s son reviewed the security footage, according to the arrest report, and confirmed Tucker physically abused his 87-year-old mother. The son said he had the home door locks and security codes changed and asked Tucker to vacate the property.

According to the arrest report, in the approximately 25-minute-long video, Tucker unloaded grocery bags on the kitchen counter, before pulling the victim into the view of the camera by her hand. In the video, Tucker seemed annoyed with the victim as he continued to pull her into the kitchen while he appeared to be yelling at her.

In the video, Tucker then slapped the victim on the left side of the face. Tucker then continued to yell at the victim then used both of his hands to physically grab the victim’s right arm before pulling her down on the living room floor on her back. In the video, Tucker spun the victim’s body around on the floor and held her by her ankles while he pushed her body back and forth over a spot on the floor.

On Jan. 5, deputies contacted Tucker who said he was “only trying to keep her from slipping in water on the floor as he knew she had a shunt in her head.” Deputies said Tucker told them he was being framed for hurting the victim.

Tucker was booked into the Escambia County Jail on a $50,000 bond.

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