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A Florida man was arrested on Monday in a months-old onslaught, during which he was allegedly using a samurai sword to threaten and force as a jogger, as they fought each other for more than one lot, the victim said that he had found in a heap of garbage.
Curtis Miller, 54, was taken into custody on attempted murder charges stemming from an altercation on July 15, according to online records from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.
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A Video released by officials shows Miller, in apparent attack by a man named Todd a Beaver with a sword, on a residential, Oakland Park is near by, while trying to pull the cart away from him.
Curtis Miller, 54, has been charged second-degree attempted murder, after he was caught on surveillance video allegedly using a samurai sword to fight a lot in the Oakland Park, Fla., during the month of July.
(Broward County Sheriff’s Office)
“And when he drew his sword,” I thought, ‘What am I to do?” I was thinking, ‘Is he really going to do this?'” Beaver, told WSVN. “I couldn’t believe that he was really going to try to kill me for a ride in a golf cart.”
Beaver was on a run when he saw what he thought to be a pile of garbage ripe for the picking — at the same time, Miller saw it.
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Keyla Concepcion, a spokesperson for the sheriff’s office, told the news outlet, “[Miller], apparently, felt that he was the first to go, so he should be the first choice when there is a little of that in the stack…it is Clear that the jogger felt any other way.”
After the alleged dispute, Beaver, jogged to the house, but he told me that he didn’t realize until he’d reached his home, Miller followed him.
“I went in after me, and he had a sword behind me, so I just kept running,” Beavers said. Out of his house, the surveillance cameras recorded a man identified by officials as Miller is trying to slash a Beaver with a sword.
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In the end, the Beavers, not even in front of the cart. A woman who was caught on surveillance video removing the cart from the Beavers’ property. They claimed that the wheel barrow was stolen from her home, where she had a yard sale, but she told me that the cart is not for sale.
“I’m really sorry about that,” the man who was being attacked by a samurai sword, he said. “By the time I got in the car, and he was still behind me, and I felt like, ‘What do I have to put myself in a stupid cart?’ I don’t even need it. I felt really stupid about it.”