JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A shirtless Jacksonville man allegedly threatened to stab two people when they asked him to leave a CVS, located at 7953 Normandy Blvd., according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
The shirtless suspect, Richard Crago, 55, was asked twice to leave the store before he allegedly pulled out a pocket knife and pointed the blade at Patrick Deloach, 19, and Kim Cid, 56, according to an arrest report.
Officer R.J. Tuten with JSO had advised Deloach and Cid, 56, to ask Crago to leave prior to the incident.
Cid told police Crago pointed the blade at her and said he would "cut" her.
The report states that Deloach and Cid were fearful that Crago would carry out his threats, since he was close enough to strike both of them.
Police arrested Crago as he exited the store.
While in custody, Crago said he was afraid of being hit with a cane that was in close proximity to one of the victims, according to the Sheriff's Office. He also told police that he wanted to go and buy gun at a store across from CVS called "Shep's" and "blow the brains out" of people who wanted to mess with him.
Cargo has been charged for assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill.
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