A man is dead in Florida this week after apparently being lured to his grisly death by two thugs who had intentions of harming him from the start. According to police in Lake Wales Florida —- the body of Danne Frazier, 21, was discovered over the weekend bludgeoned to death after having attempted to meet two men they say were meant for a sexual encounter.
The story gets even wilder from there. Police say that Frazier was initially reported missing on 4 November after not having returned home following work at a local Publix warehouse. Growing worried — his mother called police and informed them which they then told her to give it some time and they’d do what they had to do.
Although six days later, police say that Frazier ‘s lifeless; bludgeoned, and badly beaten body was discovered in an orange field after having been murdered with a baseball bat. Police say that the grisly homicide occurred because Frazier was falsely lured to his death with the promise of a sexual encounter although the two men never had intentions of following through.
Police reports show that Frazier was stabbed multiple times; beatened with a bat, struck in the head multiple times, and robbed.
This should be a warning to others to always know whom you’re going to hang out with no matter who or what they say they are. If you don’t know them well — tell a friend before you go.
The two killers have been identified as Angel Lobato, and his 19-year-old brother, JoJo Lobato. Police say that the brothers later admitted following a police tip on Saturday that they viciously murdered Frazier in an effort to gain street cred. The murder was apparently part of a plot to prove tha the two brothers could do it after learning Frazier was into men.
Editors note: Usually when “street cred” is mentioned in situations like this that typically means they mave have known he was bi-sexual or gay. That also means that they may have been homophobic and intentionally targeted him because of it.
Frazier ‘s body was ultimately found about 30 miles outside of town in an orange grove in Lake Wales.