Moment seven-year-old who hid under a chair when three armed men broke into her home is found

A quick-thinking 19-year-old saved her family by hiding and calling 911 when three armed men raided her Florida home, before deputies arrived and found her crying seven-year-old sister hiding under a chair.   

On Saturday night just after 10pm three masked men approached the open garage of a home in the 1400 block of Eden Drive in Deltona and pointed their guns at the adults inside, demanding they empty their pockets.  

The suspects then entered the home and grabbed other adult victims inside and brought them to the garage where they tied up their hands. 

The 19-year-old daughter in the home hid in her room and quickly called 911 for help whispering to dispatchers, ‘There are people in my house. They have guns’, according to the 911 call and police bodycam video released Monday.

She said she was scared for her little seven-year-old sister and said she didn’t know where she was. 

Bodycam footage from a Florida house robbery reveals the moment deputies chase down three armed men who tied up the adults in the home and rescue a seven-year-old girl who was found crying and hiding under a chair. Bodycam footage released Monday shows the moment deputies arrived to the home

Bodycam footage from a Florida house robbery reveals the moment deputies chase down three armed men who tied up the adults in the home and rescue a seven-year-old girl who was found crying and hiding under a chair. Bodycam footage released Monday shows the moment deputies arrived to the home

Bodycam footage from a Florida house robbery reveals the moment deputies chase down three armed men who tied up the adults in the home and rescue a seven-year-old girl who was found crying and hiding under a chair. Bodycam footage released Monday shows the moment deputies arrived to the home

A 19-year-old in the home hid in her room and quickly called 911 for help whispering to dispatchers, 'There are people in my house. They have guns', according to the 911 call and police bodycam video released Monday. A view of officers on the way to the home above

A 19-year-old in the home hid in her room and quickly called 911 for help whispering to dispatchers, 'There are people in my house. They have guns', according to the 911 call and police bodycam video released Monday. A view of officers on the way to the home above

A 19-year-old in the home hid in her room and quickly called 911 for help whispering to dispatchers, ‘There are people in my house. They have guns’, according to the 911 call and police bodycam video released Monday. A view of officers on the way to the home above

Deputies stood outside the home assessing the raid when suddenly one of the suspects emerged from the garage. A view of that suspect in a red sweater lying on the ground above

Deputies stood outside the home assessing the raid when suddenly one of the suspects emerged from the garage. A view of that suspect in a red sweater lying on the ground above

Deputies stood outside the home assessing the raid when suddenly one of the suspects emerged from the garage. A view of that suspect in a red sweater lying on the ground above

After the suspect ran out of the garage multiple victims being held there crawled out from under the partially opened garage door with their hands still tied behind their backs

After the suspect ran out of the garage multiple victims being held there crawled out from under the partially opened garage door with their hands still tied behind their backs

After the suspect ran out of the garage multiple victims being held there crawled out from under the partially opened garage door with their hands still tied behind their backs

Bodycamera footage shows the moment deputies arrived at the scene and found victims screaming in the garage and through a window could see suspects inside rummaging through the house.

Deputies stood outside the home assessing the raid when suddenly one of the suspects emerged from the garage. 

Officers ordered the person to the ground and once he was subdued multiple people, screaming and shouting for help, crawled out from under the partially opened garage door with their hands still tied behind their backs. 

The video showed how officers chased down the suspects running out of the home, where one suspect was caught trying to climb over a fence and the other stopped in the backyard. 

A view of one of the deputies arresting one of the suspects who tried to jump this fence pictured above

A view of one of the deputies arresting one of the suspects who tried to jump this fence pictured above

A view of one of the deputies arresting one of the suspects who tried to jump this fence pictured above

After getting the suspects the deputies assessed if the home was safe to enter to go and find the seven-year-old girl hiding in her bedroom. 'Hey sweetie, come here. You're OK. We're the police, I promise you're OK,' one of the deputies said to the child. The little girl cried and said, 'My parents. They were kidnapped, please help me, my parents, my parents. I really love my parents.'

After getting the suspects the deputies assessed if the home was safe to enter to go and find the seven-year-old girl hiding in her bedroom. 'Hey sweetie, come here. You're OK. We're the police, I promise you're OK,' one of the deputies said to the child. The little girl cried and said, 'My parents. They were kidnapped, please help me, my parents, my parents. I really love my parents.'

After getting the suspects the deputies assessed if the home was safe to enter to go and find the seven-year-old girl hiding in her bedroom. ‘Hey sweetie, come here. You’re OK. We’re the police, I promise you’re OK,’ one of the deputies said to the child. The little girl cried and said, ‘My parents. They were kidnapped, please help me, my parents, my parents. I really love my parents.’

At the end of the bodycam footage deputies were seen giving the seven-year-old girl a purple My Little Pony stuffed animal as a thank you saying, 'We wanted to give you a present for being a really strong girl tonight, okay?'

At the end of the bodycam footage deputies were seen giving the seven-year-old girl a purple My Little Pony stuffed animal as a thank you saying, 'We wanted to give you a present for being a really strong girl tonight, okay?'

At the end of the bodycam footage deputies were seen giving the seven-year-old girl a purple My Little Pony stuffed animal as a thank you saying, ‘We wanted to give you a present for being a really strong girl tonight, okay?’

A victim is heard repeatedly screaming about the young daughter somewhere still in the house. 

Finally deputies head into the house, but that clip was not shared with the public as under Florida law bodycamera video filmed inside a private residence is confidential, and locate the child crying under a chair in her bedroom.  

‘Hey sweetie, come here. You’re OK. We’re the police, I promise you’re OK,’ one of the deputies said. 

The little girl is heard crying and saying, ‘My parents. They were kidnapped, please help me, my parents, my parents. I really love my parents.’ 

The girl was safely returned to her family. 

Deputies gave the girl a purple My Little Pony stuffed animal as a thank you at the end of the clip saying, ‘We wanted to give you a present for being a really strong girl tonight, okay?’

The three suspects taken down in the home invasion were Jermain Oliver, 30, John Anderson, 39, and Derrick Mathis, 32, according to ClickOrlando.

Officials say the attack is not considered random and is now under criminal investigation. 

Oliver was charged with home invasion robbery with a firearm, five counts of kidnapping while armed with a firearm one count of kidnapping a child under 13 while armed with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Anderson is charged with principal to home invasion, robbery with a firearm, five counts of principal to kidnapping while armed with a firearm and one count of principal to kidnapping a child under 13 while armed with a firearm.

Similarly, Mathis is charged with home invasion robbery with a firearm, five counts of kidnapping while armed with a firearm, one count of kidnapping a child under 13 while armed with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.     

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