Couple Prolongs Police Standoff To Have Sex 'One Last Time'

To sum it up: Priorities.

There's a time to standoff and a time to get off -- this Florida couple chose both.

Ryan Patrick Bautista, 34, and Leanne Hunn, 30, allegedly refused to surrender to police until they could have sex together one last time.

A standoff began Wednesday night when Jacksonville Sheriffs responded to a call about Michael Forte, 34, who was wanted on several warrants including armed burglary, reports.

A Jacksonville Sheriffs Office spokeswoman said deputies were also looking for Bautista, who also had several warrants, including armed burglary.

Bautista and Hunn reacted to the police visit by barricading themselves inside a mobile home and refusing to leave for more than six hours, according to

Three other adults were inside the home at the time police arrived, but one woman was allowed to leave a short time later.

Police said Hunn and Bautista detained another woman by dragging her to a back bedroom where she was held down, according to the website.

That woman was eventually allowed to leave, but Hunn and Bautista refused to exit the mobile home. Hostage negotiators were called to the scene and attempted to communicate with the couple via phone and bullhorns, according to

At some point during the standoff, Hunn told police she would give herself up but not until she had sex with Bautista “one last time,” according to the website.

Hunn never did come out on her own. Eventually, officers broke into the mobile home and arrested the couple.

Bautista and Hunn were arrested and charged with resisting police and false imprisonment, according to CBS News. They are currently in the Duval County Jail.

Turns out Forte, the subject of the original phone tip, was also in the mobile home.

Forte was arrested and charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, armed robbery, and murder, according to Inside Edition.

Forte is currently being held in the Duval County jail on charges of murder, armed robbery with a firearm or other deadly weapon and possession of a weapon by a felon, according to jail records.

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