Do not throw your sword from the samurai into a trash fight.
This is a story from police from Broward County, Florida police after a man was detained for an eerie junk-related conflict.
Curtis Miller, 54, was arrested on Monday and was accused of attempted murder in connection to the incident which was captured on the 15th of July. The person who was killed, Todd Beevers, was running when he noticed the suspect looking through a massive garbage. A pile of trash was found near Auckland Park. The beavers retrieved the wheelbarrow from the pile and the suspect wanted as the men then began to debate: “The two exchanged words and the runner then took his cart, and ran towards the wheelbarrow, and then pushed it towards home,” the police said in an announcement. The suspect was soon was caught by Bobrov close to the Bobrov home, where security cameras captured the conversation.
The video shows Beavers standing on the edge of the driveway using an unloaded wheelbarrow, talking on the phone. He observes his suspect walking towards him and then steps across the pavement.
The suspect is observed drawing his katana samurai sword right after it enters the frame. He walks in a series of alternating steps, and then raises his sword to his back, and then strikes a powerful blow to the victim.
Two men are seen fighting over the wheelbarrow. The man is seen swinging his sword numerous times, but does not appear to strike the Bobrov.
“When he took from his sword I wondered …” What if he was really planning to make this move? “Beevers said to WSVN that he was in the August of. After a brief exchange the suspect releases the wheel of the wheelbarrow and walks away. The suspect can be seen in front of the security camera which has recorded the entire event.
The video concludes with the woman pushing an unloaded cart.
Bobrov did not sustain any injuries during the attack.
The video was first posted by police in August, in the hope of identifying the person and woman holding the sword.
The woman then identified herself to be the owner of a house with a trash pile. The suspect is in custody without bail for unrelated charges The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported.
Beevers stated that he regretted taking the cart as he did no idea that it could result in an argument of this magnitude.
“I do not even need the item,” he said. “I was feeling really foolish regarding it.”
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