Brett "Wolf" Singleton, 45, of Ocklawaha, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant for robbery with a weapon and aggravated battery.
Sheriff's deputies have arrested the last of four people suspected of holding a man down a man and tattooing a misspelled racial slur on his neck
Brett "Wolf" Singleton, 45, of Ocklawaha, was arrested Tuesday on a warrant for robbery with a weapon and aggravated battery. He also had a violation of probation for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Deputies had received information on his whereabouts and went to the 18900 block of Southeast 105th Place and found in a residence.
The other three suspects — Brandon Dwayne Hayley, 28, of Fort McCoy; Lucian "Luke" Xavier Evans, 41, of Ocala; and Mary "Beth" Elizabeth Durham, 35, of Summerfield, were arrested previously.
According to deputies, a 41-year-old man told them he was at a Salt Springs residence on Jan. 24 when Hayley, Evans, Singleton and Durham entered the home and shut the door.
The 41-year-old — who, like the four suspects, is white — said they told him they were going to cover a gang tattoo "CWB," for Crazy White Boys, on his neck with another one, authorities said. Evans, he said, pulled a knife from a sheath on his belt.
Evans and Hayley held him down while Singleton began tattooing his neck, officials said. The man said he was moving too much and fighting against being tattooed. He said Hayley hit him with something, knocking him unconscious.
He woke up briefly, and Durham was tattooing his neck, he recalled, according to MCSO. He heard Durham say, “I’ve never done this before.” And someone answered, “It’s OK. It doesn’t matter.”
Despite their efforts, the rough tattoo failed to cover up the "CWB," officials said. The new work was an expletive and then the N-word, except they got the N-word wrong, spelling it with only one “g,” like the West African nation, Niger.
The man told deputies the intruders also took his cellphone.