Florida Man Attacks Lawn Mowing Neighbor with a Rake

Jeffrey Michael Meurer
Jeffrey Michael Meurer

(WTFF) – A man in Vero Beach was arrested after attacking his neighbor with a wooden rake over a lawn mowing disagreement.

It all started in the 2300 block of 12th Avenue.

An unnamed man, let’s call him “Friendly Neighbor,” was out living the American dream and driving his riding lawn mower around his yard to bring his landscape to aesthetic perfection.
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Packers Fan Sets Himself on Fire With Flaming Jersey after Losing Bet to Cowboys

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A man in Vero Beach burns himself after setting his losing jersey on fire.

VERO BEACH, Florida – A 27-year-old man was rushed to the Indian River Medical Center after suffering second and third-degree burns after watching the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers game in Vero Beach.

The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office received a call about the incident around 9:00 p.m. Sunday from a home in the 600 block of 9th Street in Vero Beach.
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Drunken Florida Man Makes a Hobby out of Threatening Rape and Beheadings

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VERO BEACH – Floridians have some strange hobbies. These hobbies get even more strange when alcohol is involved.

Runners in Vero Beach got a taste of this adage on Sept. 20, around the Merrill P. Barber Bridge.

Michael Girardin is a 62-year-old homeless Florida Man who was pedaling around on his bike while downing copious amounts of vodka. Full Story »

Vero Beach Man Asks Police To Punch Him: “I Deserve It”

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VERO BEACH, Florida – Earlier this morning, the Vero Beach Police Department received a call about a burglary near the Flamingo Laundromat on U.S. Highway 1.

As officers arrived, they saw several people in the parking lot of Flamingo Laundry. One man, who was later identified as 28-year-old Mark Edward Pritchard, of Vero Beach, was yelling profanities at everyone.

A witness told police that he saw Pritchard leaving the parking lot with something hidden under his shirt, and then hiding something in the bushes behind the building, according to the report.

In the bushes, officers found a purse that was stolen from a vehicle valued at about $200.00. Full Story »