A Florida man has been charged with negligent child abuse after police said he dumped a boy, who he is related to, on the side of the road because he "thinks that [the boy] is gay."
Evenaud Julmeus, 30, of Haines City, was arrested Monday after local police found the boy alone in front of the Haines City Police Department, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by ABC News.
Julmeus allegedly told the boy before leaving him that "the police will find you a new home."
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The two allegedly got into a verbal argument over the boy's sexuality when Julmeus found gay pornography on his phone.
Julmeus "became very upset," according to the affidavit.