Naples, FL (March 12, 2019) – 42-year-old Darbin Carrasco-Oseguera was arrested on Saturday after he allegedly whipped a restaurant worker with a rope before drawing a knife.
Carrasco-Oseguera went to Felipe’s Mexican Taqueria, around the area of Tamiami Trail, and threatened to hurt the workers and customers inside the restaurant, according to police.
When an employee tried to stop him, he took out a small rope and proceeded to whip the employee across the face with it. From there, he took out a small knife and started swinging it at the worker.
Naples Police responded to the incident and Carrasco-Oseguera was arrested. Police found out that he had also threatened another man from Naples that day by holding a knife up to him and asking him for a ride. He forced the man to give him a ride and order him food at the same restaurant.
Carrasco-Oseguera was charged with battery, carjacking, assault, false imprisonment, and more.
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