Joe Montana Subdued Home-Intruder Who Tried To Kidnap Grandchild

Tanya Simon
September 27, 2020

Joe Montana was able to take back his grandchild, who was not harmed in the incident.

National Football League legend Joe Montana and his wife were forced to wrestle one of their grandchildren away from an intruder who crept inside their California home, report said.

According to TMZ, Montana and his wife were staying at a home in Los Angeles, when a 39-year-old woman broke into the home and snatched the child out of another woman's arms.

Turns out L.A. County Sheriff's deputies were on the same block on an unrelated matter. The intruder then left the home, bringing an end to the frightening episode in a year filled with runaway stress and trauma around the nation and the world. Someone inside the home flagged the deputies down, told them what happened and they found the intruder a few blocks away.

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As it stands, the woman is being hit with kidnapping and burglary charges, which can come with some hefty jail time.

Montana, 64, was first drafted to the San Francisco 49ers in 1979 and would later win four Super Bowl championships from 1981 to 1989.

TMZ Sports reports that the woman entered the home through an unlocked door and ran from the house following the incident with Joe Montana. He was later inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000.

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