Cops: Florida Man, 36, Assaulted Teen Relative With Taco Bell Burrito
A Florida man is facing a misdemeanor charge after allegedly battering a teenage relative with a Taco Bell burrito.
Police allege that Erik Brown, 36, smashed the 16-year-old boy in the face with the burrito during a February 15 domestic dispute at a Port St. Lucie residence.
The victim told cops that he was having a “verbal altercation” with his mother and Brown, his brother-in-law, when Brown “asked his mother to bring him the burrito,” according to an arrest affidavit.
Brown then allegedly threw the burrito “with force” at the victim, striking the boy in the face with the fast food item. While interviewing the teen, cops noted that he had “burrito cheese, sauce and meat all over his clothing and face.”
Brown told police that the victim was disrespectful to his mother and had cursed at the woman. He also acknowledged that he had “delivered” the burrito. After being booked into the county jail, Brown warned that he would “take care” of the teen upon his release from custody, adding that the victim “was going to get knocked out.”
According to online records, Brown, seen above, is scheduled for a March 20 arraignment in Circuit Court.