FLORIDA – WFTV.COM: Oviedo mayor threatens to kill neighbors who threatened to call police on his daughter
By Jason Kelly, Jeff Levkulich
May 14, 2019
OVIEDO, Fla. – Oviedo Mayor Dominic Persampiere threatened to kill his neighbors Monday evening after they told his 26-year-old daughter that they would call the police on her, an Oviedo Police Department incident report said.Police said they were called shortly before 8:45 p.m. to a subdivision near Alafaya Trail and East Chapman Road after Christopher Bain, 48, and Jennifer Bain, 46, said Persampiere, 55, threatened to shoot them.Jennifer Bain said Krysta Persampiere was walking near her home and appeared to be taking photographs, so she asked her to stop and Krysta Persampiere left, the report said.The report said Jennifer Bain thought Krysta Persampiere was taking photographs of her newly installed shed to report a homeowners association violation.
Krysta Persampiere said she was searching for her missing cat when she saw Christopher Bain and Jennifer Bain sitting in rocking chairs on their porch, the report said.The report said Krysta Persampiere said Christopher Bain shouted that he was going to call the police on her because she was taking photographs, but she said she was searching for her cat.Krysta Persampiere said she returned home and informed her father about the incident, the report said.
Police said they obtained cellphone video that showed Dominic Persampiere standing across the street, shouting at the Bains.”You ever talk to my kid like that again, and I’ll get my gun and go over there, and I’ll (expletive) kill you,” he said. “Take my picture. Here I am. Record this. She lost her damn cat. Go ahead. Put it on Facebook. You’re both (expletive) (expletive).” Read more: