Authorities in Florida arrested an 85-year-old man on Wednesday who allegedly fired at one other automobile throughout what police described as an obvious street rage incident. The capturing was captured on dashcam video.
The incident, which led to the arrest of Christino Aquino, occurred throughout the different man’s night commute dwelling, the Marion County Sheriff’s Workplace stated on Fb Thursday.
The person finally referred to as 911 after recognizing “a suspicious automobile” that repeatedly flashed “its high-beam headlights in his rear-view mirror” and adopted him in direction of his Marion Oaks neighborhood, authorities stated.
Aquino was allegedly working the automobile in query – a white Mazda 4-door SUV – and a girl was using within the passenger seat, in line with the sheriff’s workplace.
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“The sufferer was in a position to get behind Aquino’s automobile so he might start giving the suspect’s tag quantity to dispatchers when Aquino began capturing on the sufferer,” the publish stated. “The sufferer was unhurt however his automotive was struck by a number of bullets.”
Two deputies went to Aquino’s dwelling and he was taken into custody, the sheriff’s workplace stated, noting that he “matched the suspect’s description” and had the suspected automobile.
“Aquino declined to make an announcement concerning the incident, however the feminine passenger instructed deputies that Aquino adopted the sufferer’s automobile to ‘see what he wished,’” the Fb publish stated. “She additionally said that she noticed Aquino holding the gun however didn’t know if he fired it or not.”
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Nonetheless, the opposite man instructed authorities that he didn’t know the suspect or know what would’ve prompted the encounter, in line with the sheriff’s workplace.
Aquino was charged with aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and is within the Marion County Jail on a $2,000 bond, authorities stated. On-line jail information on Thursday confirmed that Aquino remained in custody and was due in court docket on Saturday morning.