Florida Man With No Arms Arrested on Suspicion of Stabbing Tourist

Erika Holt
July 15, 2018

Crenshaw is well-known in Miami Beach as a street artist who uses his feet to paint, according to local media.

A homeless man in Miami known for painting with his feet stabbed a tourist with scissors on Tuesday, police said.

Mr Coronado rejected Mr Crenshaw's version of the story, saying that he and a friend had asked for directions and were attacked without provocation. Mr...

Neither men dispute that Coronado was stabbed, but Crenshaw said he was attacked first, according to the arrest report.

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The Jonathan Crenshaw argues that in General "was lying on the pavement, no touching " when Coronado for no reason hit him on the head - that he had to defend himself.

Cesar Coronado and his friend Cindy Barrientos, also 22, arrived in Florida on Monday, Barrientos told the Chicago Sun-Times through Facebook Messenger.

Police found Crenshaw nearby after he was described to officers as a homeless man without arms. He was taken to a local hospital after officers found him lying on the floor. The Miami New Times reported Crenshaw has been arrested several times for trespassing, disorderly intoxication and battering police, among other things. She said Crenshaw hurried to pick up his belongings and ran away while she was screaming for help. He's now being held on a $7,500 bond at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.

Crenshaw, who has been charged with aggravated battery, has a court date on 18 July.

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