Deputies: Woman steals $200, beats victim in home invasion

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A 23-year-old woman who entered the home of a man and woman she knew before beating and demanding cash from the occupants, was arrested Sunday, deputies said.

The woman – identified as Alexus Briana Revolte – walked inside a room where she found another woman and a man asleep, reports show. Revolte punched the woman in the face several times and stole $200 from the man.

Deputies arrested Revolte, of the 3300 block of 45th Place, on charges of burglary with assault and battery, home invasion robbery and criminal mischief. Revolte was held Monday at the Indian River County Jail on $70,000 bond.

The incident unfolded about 3 a.m. September 16th at a home in the 4500 block of 56th Avenue. Indian River County deputies spoke with the woman and man who were victims.

Both were asleep when Revolte walked into the room they were in earlier that day. The man and woman woke up when Revolte demanded money, reports show.

The man initially refused to give Revolte cash while the woman proceeded to call 911. Revolte grabbed the woman’s phone and threw it on the floor, cracking the screen, reports show.

Deputies said Revolte wrestled the woman to the ground, grabbed the woman’s hair and slammed her head into the floor. Revolte began to punch the woman multiple times.

Revolte told the man she would not stop until the man gave Revolte his money, reports show. The man gave Revolte $200.

Revolte then fled the home in a brown Ford Crown Victoria, reports show.

Deputies on Sunday arrested Revolte on a warrant. Revolte has an arraignment at 8:45 a.m. Jan. 18, 2019, court records show.

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