Florida man’s dating app match sets him up for carjacking: police

A Florida man got more than he bargained for after his match on a dating app set him up to have his car stolen, police said.

The Titusville Police Department said Brionna Eaddy, 24, and an unidentified 35-year-old man from Orlando decided to meet in person on Sept. 24 at an apartment complex after communicating on the dating app. Tagged.

According to the affidavit, obtained by FOX 35 Orlando, the couple drove to a nearby park in the victim’s 2013 Mazda CX9.

When the couple arrived, the park was closed, so the couple returned to the apartment complex.

During the return trip, the victim told police that Eaddy was on his phone, sending and receiving multiple text messages.

At one point, she also made a phone call to someone, police said.

Police said that around 11:50 p.m. the two returned to the apartment, where they were met by two suspicious men, including one carrying a gun.

The armed man allegedly ordered the victim out of his vehicle and demanded that he hand over the keys.

Eaddy was booked into the Brevard County Jail on a felony charge of armed carjacking. Brevard County Sheriff’s Office

During the robbery, the victim said Eaddy “calmly exited the vehicle” and appeared to “stand and wait,” according to the affidavit.

The victim was ordered to lie down on the grass and noticed the two men and Eaddy get into the stolen vehicle and drive away together, police said.

According to an affidavit, the victim was able to provide photos of Eaddy from the dating app, which led to his positive identification and arrest.

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Police have not released details about the other two men involved in the carjacking.

When the couple arrived at the Titusville apartment complex, they encountered two suspicious men, including one carrying a gun.When the couple arrived at the Titusville apartment complex, they encountered two suspicious men, including one carrying a gun. Google Maps

Eaddy was booked into the Brevard County Jail on a felony charge of armed carjacking.

Meet Group, which owns Tagged, did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

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