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Tampa, FL — Steve Lott, 30, was taken into custody Tuesday after he apparently called 911 to report he had cut his neighbor with a “big-ass knife” because the man had entered his home.

When police arrived on scene, they found 56-year-old Tony Jackson suffering from a massive wound to the gut. So massive, police say, his internal organs and intestines were visible and/or falling out.

According to investigators, after a long standing dispute with Jackson, Lott had finally had enough and walked over to the man’s home and opened up his gut with his big-ass, razor-sharp knife.

Police say Lott resisted arrest and was tasered while being taken into custody. And though he later admitted to quarreling with Jackson, he denied stabbing the guy. Lott is now facing charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and resisting an officer without violence.

Prosecutors have asked for increased bond, calling Lott a habitual violent offender. (Lott spent a year in prison after he was convicted of assaulting a pregnant woman with a deadly weapon and holding her captive in his home back in ’07).

Jackson remains hospitalized in critical condition.

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  • JGo555

    This guy’s look is of as if he was retarded. Not only do I vouch for his ass to STAY forever in jail but I also question why this punk’s ass wasn’t charged with attempted MURDER or the likes? BTW, doesn’t he have like 3 strikes already? Or are we waiting to put him in jail when he goes all Hannibal on a police officer, then he will be taken serious about his violent tendencies?

  • Sam

    I don’t get it. Lott called 911 to say “he had cut his neighbour … because the man had entered his home” – but then “Lott had finally had enough and walked over to the man’s home and opened up his gut with his big-ass, razor-sharp knife.”.
    I mean, the guy is clearly disturbed judging from his previous record, but is he THAT mental that he thinks Jackson entered his house whilst still being inside his own house, or is that a typo?

  • SayAunt

    Time for this one to be thrown into a tiny-ass cell for good!

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    If I thought that all of my problems could be solved by stabbing my neighbors, there would be a lot of people running around with extra holes in their bodies.  Fortunately for my neighbors, I’m smart enough to know that successful problem-solving rarely involves the use of a “big-ass knife.”

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    …and now I have the urge to design a knife that looks like a big ass.

  • steelpin

    he called the cops saying he just cut the man and now he denied to cutting the man what an idiot.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    It probably works better than a “small-ass knife.”

  • Andy Staves

    I know I am coming here too much when I realise the only thing about this story I don’t get is that they tasered him, and then charged with with resisting without violence, if it was without violence then why taser him/

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    It depends on the kind of problem one is solving.  For fine problem solving, a small-ass knife is the better choice.

  • Chinchillazilla

    Because why not taser him? I can’t really think of any compelling reason not to.

    (Joking, but only a little.)

  • JohnQknowitall

    Well on a lighter note it looks like the neighborhood just got better.

  • Andy Staves

    I was once (well more than once) arrested in FL, I had been asked to leave somewhere but thought the officers were rude, they were. (I was a bit belligerent too lol) So I turned around, still walking away and asked for names. They rushed me and threw me to the ground giving me a black eye. 
    I was charged with the same thing, but never should have been. I don’t really get the charge to be honest. And having been charged with it, when I didn’t resist it makes even less sense. When does it become resistance?
    Man am thinking too much, I need to go smoke lol 

  • Rachel Ann Prince

     Yeah I was wondering the same. Why wasn’t this asshole charged with attempted murder? I mean that ain’t no scratch he inflicted he went for disembowelment. Ugh just thinking about it makes me cringe!

  • Rachel Ann Prince

    There have been quite a few times when my neighbors have been having 5 a.m. in the morning screech fests that I would love to do nothing more than gut one of the sons of bitches but I have self control I’m not crazy and quite frankly after my last stint in jail I ain’t trying to go back. This guy on the other hand has none of those inhibitions so I say just lock his ass up for life already before he actually succeeds at killing someone!

  • Cedric

    Kinda disappointed … if you’re going to do Jason the Hockey Mask is a must.

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    Jason can’t be a black man, he was too backwoods inbred to be anything but white. Isn’t there a black knife wielding serial killer movie?

  • Sam

    If there isn’t i really feel like there should be. ‘He attacks in the dead of night. You won’t see him until it’s too late!’ Surely Hollywood couldn’t have missed the boat on that one, could they?

  • Angels Mom

    I think all we have is Candy Man…smh

  • DangerousKindOfSnark

    It’s OK. Candy Man was scary.