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In the case of shotgun-machete-crowbar vs. machete, the latter apparently wins in Sarasota.
One was armed with a firearm and the other had a crowbar.
The Prince William County Police Department said the 15-year-old was seen with a crowbar and approached officers in a threatening manner, according to WTOP.
Police found a knife, a crowbar and fresh blood at the scene of a fight, possibly involving four people, in a driveway in the 8800 block of Maple Street at about 12:30 a.m. Oct. 15.
According to police, just before 10 p.m. last Friday Rivero-Diaz used a crowbar to break into Martinez’s apartment, No. 2 at 390 E. 16th St. in Hialeah.
Moments after that assault, Tempe officers reportedly responded to a carjacking a block away in which a driver said she was threatened by a man armed with a crowbar who stole her keys and fled in her car.
The Sheriff’s Office held him on a domestic battery charge in March 2015, when he was accused of putting his wife in a headlock and using a crowbar to deflate her car’s tires.
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