Father, two teenage sons charged with robbing store with baseball bat, large wrench

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Dads bond with their sons in many ways -- like showing them how to hit a ball, fishing and good quality time.

Not this dad.

Brevard County Sheriff's deputies arrested Jon Michael Meister, 37, of Titusville, and his two teenage sons, ages 19 and 14, and another man, Michael Wesley Alton, 25, in the Saturday robbery of BJ's Food Store in Mims, reports Florida Today in Melbourne.

They reportedly threatened a clerk with a baseball bat and a large, adjustable wrench. They demanded money and cigarettes while punching the clerk.

A good samaritan customer who entered the store subdued and held one suspect until police arrived.

Get the DUHtails at Florida Today in Melbourne.

Photo: Jon Michael Meister, 37, of 631 Oakwood Place in Titusville was charged with armed robbery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. / Brevard County Sheriff's Office

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