Florida man with no arms charged with stabbing man with scissors

Florida man with no arms charged with stabbing tourist

South Beach denizens know Crenshaw as a street artist who paints colorful canvases along sidewalks, according to The Miami Herald.

An armless homeless man in Miami, Florida has been charged with stabbing a Chicago tourist with scissors.

Jonathan Crenshaw, 46, is known locally for the detailed works of art he creates using his feet, the same extremities police say he used to jam a pair of scissors into 22-year-old Cesar Coronado.

Police said the victim's friend told officers that the victim was asking Jonathan Dale Crenshaw, 45, for directions when Crenshaw pulled out a sharp object and stabbed the victim.

Stormy Daniels Arrested for Allowing Touching at Strip Club
Franklin County Municipal Court records reportedly show that she was released Thursday morning after posting a $6,054 bail. The documents did not indicate if the officers were in plain clothes or in uniform at the time.

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit: Trump hails alliance spending promises after crisis meeting
The alliance lists the U.S.as spending an estimated 3.5 percent of its GDP on its military budget this year. Merkel said she welcomed the chance to have an "exchange of views" with Trump .

Battle begins over Trump’s Supreme Court pick
The Washington Post's Aaron Blake breaks down, reporters have reason to question Paul's loyalty to this Supreme Court pick. While Elian's father wanted him back in Cuba, his other relatives believed it was best if he stayed in the US with them.

As per the same local report, Crenshaw said that he was lying down when Coronado approached him and punched him in the head. The man then allegedly stabbed Coronado twice before fleeing the scene, according to the arrest report.

Coronado was visiting the area with his friend from Chicago.

Crenshaw's most recent conviction was for the felony battery of a police officer in 2014, and came with a sentence of 180 days in jail. Crenshaw, who is being held at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami, told the police that he acted in self-defense.

Crenshaw was booked for battery charges on Tuesday night and his bond was set at $7,500, according to Miami-Dade Corrections. His court date is scheduled for July 18.

Related News:

  • Whole Foods Deals to Expect on Amazon Prime Day 2018

    Whole Foods Deals to Expect on Amazon Prime Day 2018

    That means some of the very best deals can be gone long before people who aren't Prime members get to know about them. This year, for the first time, Amazon is fully incorporating Whole Foods Market stores into its Prime Day plans.
    Apple patches iOS bug that crashed apps due to Taiwanese flag emoji

    Apple patches iOS bug that crashed apps due to Taiwanese flag emoji

    Any company that wants to do business in China has to abide by the draconian censorship laws imposed by the country's government. He eventually found that the crashes were being caused by code that classified messages based on emojis they contained.
    A Single Goal Sends France To The World Cup Final

    A Single Goal Sends France To The World Cup Final

    They then came from a goal down against England on Wednesday to win 2-1 in extra time. "We worked hard. Belgium reached the quarter-finals of the 2016 tournament held in France and won by Portugal.
  • Sarri close to becoming Chelsea's new manager

    Sarri close to becoming Chelsea's new manager

    Oddly, the report also says Sarri will move into Chelsea's Cobham training ground rather than finding somewhere to live in the city.
    Thai volunteers react as cave rescue concludes

    Thai volunteers react as cave rescue concludes

    He was taken to the same hospital in Chiang Rai where the first four boys rescued Sunday are being treated. The rescued boys are said to be in "high spirits".
    Happy 10th Birthday, Apple App Store!

    Happy 10th Birthday, Apple App Store!

    Apple's digital distribution platform will celebrate 10 years on, fittingly, July 10. Till June 2018, developers earned over $ 100 billion from the App Store.
  • In Surprise Move, Trump Makes New Demand On NATO Spending

    In Surprise Move, Trump Makes New Demand On NATO Spending

    Trump kicked off the NATO Summit in Brussels by lashing out at Germany for being "held captive" by Russian Federation . The meeting with the Russian president will arguably be the most attention-grabbing leg of Trump's European tour.
    Gareth Southgate says England shed is 'a hard  place'

    Gareth Southgate says England shed is 'a hard place'

    Football fans in Reading had a traumatic evening as they went through all the emotions as England crashed out of the World Cup . There are a lot of things that have been hugely positive for us.
    I am one of the world's best, says Lovren

    I am one of the world's best, says Lovren

    We will never forget this. "It's not just the English press, I am talking about the criticism from the beginning". It followed an uncertain start to the season when Liverpool's defence was constantly identified as a weak link.
  • Apple to kill iPhone X, iPhone SE this year

    Apple to kill iPhone X, iPhone SE this year

    The claim that the iPhone SE is being discontinued is new, and the analysts did not say that a second-generation would replace it. Meanwhile, an iPhone SE's successor with iPhone X like design element in a smaller size has also appeared in numerous leaks.
    Man contracts flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing in NJ, may lose limbs

    Man contracts flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing in NJ, may lose limbs

    The potentially fatal condition can be caused by several types of bacteria, striking 1,000 people in the United States each year . According to Washington Post, Angel Perez hunted for crabs at Matts Landing in New Jersey before sunrise last Monday, July 2.
    Rescuers To Extract Final Five From Thai Cave Tuesday

    Rescuers To Extract Final Five From Thai Cave Tuesday

    When asked about his first reaction as he saw the first set of boys who were rescued he admitted that he was "very scared". Four boys and their 25-year-old football coach "will be extracted on Tuesday", rescue chief Narongsak Osottanakorn said.


Most liked

Mandzukic sends Croatia to first World Cup final
England had got off to a flying start when Trippier curled a superb free kick into the top corner in the opening minutes. However, we showed again that we are not exhausted , we dominated the game physically, mentally, in all aspects.

Fans thank England for 'making nation dream'
Scenes after the game were, perhaps unsurprisingly, more subdued than after the quarter-final win against Sweden . But we have our hearts, our pride and our players and that is what is really important to us".

Gareth Southgate dismisses claim Harry Kane played with injury against Croatia
Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate has admitted he couldn't listen to Three Lions for 20 years . Former and current England cricketers also expressed their disappointment of the result.

How Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation could affect Roe v. Wade
Those included a number of disputed cases, including ones supporting same-sex marriage and a woman's right to an abortion . Now, Kavanaugh has written more than Gorsuch had, considering his work at the White House and on Ken Starr's team.

MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 gets AirPlay 2 Support
It's highly recommended that you download the update right away if you've been having issues with Apple's speaker. With this update, users can control multiple AirPlay 2-enabled speakers using iTunes on a Mac computer.

Dramatic Video Captures Moment Towering Iceberg Splits from Greenland Glacier
It's a tabular iceberg, long and flat; in the video, you can also see tall, thin pinnacle icebergs crack off and flip over. Such events could help researchers understand how glaciers will respond to natural variability and human-induced changes.

Terry Francona, Carl Willis Victimize Indians With Bizarre Bullpen Mix-Up
Indians manager Terry Francona wanted Oliver Perez to face Votto in a lefty-lefty matchup, but there was a miscommunication. It's a wonder why Willis even thought Francona would be asking for Otero anyway, and why he didn't double-check.

'Truly sick': Palin rips CBS for mocking disabled vets
Sacha Baron Cohen's series " Who Is America? " hasn't premiered yet, but it's already making headlines left and right. Sarah Palin labelled comedian Sacha Baron Cohen's attempt to dupe her by dressing as a disabled vet "truly sick".

Manchester United players report for pre-season training
Croatia have gone to extra-time in all of their knockout games and will face a France team far fresher in Moscow. Of course, there are plenty of Red Devils players still in contention at Russian Federation too.

Crude Oil Benchmark Brent Sees Biggest One-Day Fall In Two Years
Supply to the USA market has also been squeezed by the loss of some Canadian oil production. China was the world's biggest oil importer a year ago , followed by the US.

Protests, pro-rallies planned across United Kingdom ahead of Trump's visit
Despite the welcome from May, many Britons remain deeply opposed to Trump's visit. The two leaders are also expected to discuss Russia, Brexit and Middle East.

Theresa May's Chequers dream is slowly dying, suffocated by its Brexit critics
And if they refuse to vote through either, they face - against all justice - getting saddled with the blame for a no-deal Brexit.

Pfizer delays drug price hikes after talking with Trump
Specifically, the company boosted list, or wholesale, prices on more than 40 medicines; more than 100, if different dosages were counted.

Meghan Markle says she 'misses' acting in Suits during Dublin visit
Higgins before visiting an Irish emigration museum, a technology startup hub and Trinity College, Ireland's oldest university. Meghan and Harry later visited Trinity College, where they saw the Book of Kells - one of Irelands greatest treasures.

Dozens of immigrant children in the USA will be reunited with parents
The ACLU's Gelernt said during a court hearing on Friday that it was "startling" that the government can not find some parents. The American Civil Liberties Union, which sued the government over its separation policies, disputed that assertion.