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Battling brothers jailed after multiple police calls to mother’s home in The Villages

Robert Lous Fell

Battling brothers were jailed after police responded multiple times to their mother’s home in The Villages.

Robert Louis Fell, 52, of Reno, Nev., and Edward Charles Fell, 49, of Cambridge, Mass., were arrested Tuesday night after officers were called for the seventh time since Saturday to the home owned by their mother at 1409 Bonaventure Lane on the Historic Side of The Villages, according to an arrest report from the Lady Lake Police Department.

Robert Fell, who was bleeding from the nose, face and arms, was found standing in the street in front of the manufactured home which was placed on the property in 1987. He said he had been trying to collect his personal belongings from the home when he got into a fight with his brother, who fled on foot from the scene.

Edward Charles Fell

Officers found Edward Fell at the intersection of East Schwartz Boulevard and Turnberry Lane. He admitted he had punched his brother in the nose.

A neighbor reported hearing the “commotion and yelling.” The neighbor also saw a bag being thrown out the door.

Both men were arrested on charges of battery and breach of the peace.

They were booked at the Lake County Jail.

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