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Thursday, March 16, 2023

Villager’s son arrested on felony after fight over living arrangement

Villager's son arrested on felony after fight over living arrangement
Seth Przygoda

A Villager’s 36-year-old son was arrested over the weekend on a felony charge of battery of a person over the age of 65 after getting into a shoving match with his father while they were putting groceries in the refrigerator.

Sumter County sheriff’s deputies were called to a home on Calgary Street in the Village of Dunedin by the 68-year-old father who had left the residence. He told them that he and his son had been arguing over their living arrangement while stocking the refrigerator on Saturday morning.

Seth Benjamin Przygoda was arrested on a third degree felony charge of battery.

The report indicated that the younger Przygoda weighs 280 pounds.

He was booked at the Sumter County Detention Center.


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