Florida man with no arms charged with stabbing man with scissors

Crenshaw told officer he pulled a pair of scissors from his suitcase with his feet and stabbed the victim the report states

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.

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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.

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