Marion County man faces several charges for 55-plus community home invasion

Wayne Frazier faces premeditated-attempted first degree murder charges


SUMMERFIELD, Fla. – A Marion County man faces multiple charges after being connected to several incidents in the 55-plus
Stonecrest community in Summerfield, FL, including attempted first-degree murder, armed home invasion robbery, Marion County officials said.

The homeowner told deputies that he saw Wayne Fraizer trying to open the door to his home in the Stonecrest community in Marion County. When the homeowner opened the door hesaw Frazier, with his face covered, holding handgun in one hand and a taser in the other, officials said.

The victim told deputies that he told Frazier, "Don't hurt me, don't hurt me."

Frazier then told the victim "I don't want to hurt you, sir, just give me your money," the report said.

The victim was robbed of his money and Frazier demanded keys to the victim's vehicle.

As the victim slammed the door in Frazier's face, he yelled at him saying, "Now, I'm gonna have to shoot you. Now I'm gonna have to kill you," Frazier told the man.

He then reportedly shot through the couple's door.

The homeowner told law enforcement that after Frazier shot through the door, he held the door until police arrived, the report said.

In June, deputies said Frazier was caught after he attempted to rob another home in the Stonecrest neighborhood.

When Frazier was asked about his involvement with the armed home invasion robbery. Frazier told deputies,
"Sir, honestly that sounds exactly like something I would do, but the firearm thing, I'm not that person," the report said.

Investigators found that Frazier was connected to several burglaries in the community and has been charged with multiple felonies.

Frazier is charged with premeditated-attempted first degree murder, home invasion robbery with a deadly weapon and shooting into an occupied dwelling.

Frazier remains in the Marion County Jail on $141,000 bond.