Man with no arms charged with stabbing tourist

13 July, 2018, 12:03 | Author: Wade Massey
  • Jonathan Crenshaw's mugshot

A MAN previously thought to be harmless - as he was a disabled artist who sold his canvases in Miami's touristy South Beach, has been charged with stabbing a Chicago tourist.

Crenshaw, who told police he acted in self-defense, was being held at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami.

A homeless man with no arms has been arrested in Miami after he stabbed a tourist with a pair of scissors, according to police.

A friend, Cindy Barrientos, who was traveling with Coronado told police they asked Crenshaw for directions when he suddenly jumped up and stabbed the man in the arm.

While in police custody, Crenshaw claimed he was defending himself after Coronado punched him in the head. He then stuck the scissors in his waistband and walked away quickly, according to the police report. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.

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According to a Reuters report, he was subsequently detained near the attack site in a shopping and tourist area around the South Beach and charged with one count of aggravated battery, a second-degree felony.

Officers found Coronado lying on the ground, bleeding from his left arm.

Crenshaw's arrest record dates to 2008 and lists arrests for disorderly intoxication, vandalism, and battery on police officers, firefighters and city code inspectors.

Crenshaw remains in jail.

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