Man Attacks Elderly Victim in Grocery Over Social Distancing Request
UPDATE: Peter Capozzi accused of allegedly punching an elderly man after the victim asked the suspect’s girlfriend to the social distance while in line at Publix has been arrested, according to the Daytona Beach Shores Police Department.
According to police, a Florida man punches the elderly victim for ‘holding up the line’ after social distancing confrontation.
Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety Press Release
We are seeking your help identifying the male and female pictured below. The male is accused of battery on a 75-year-old man in the parking lot of Publix between 3:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. on 08/23/2020.
The victim reported being punched in the chest by the suspect. The punch caused the victim to fall to the ground and hit his head on the asphalt.
The victim claimed while in line at the checkout, he asked the woman pictured below to abide by social distancing guidelines. The victim stated there was no confrontation with the woman while in the store, but he observed her in the passenger seat of the suspect’s vehicle as they left the parking lot, which leads him to believe they were related. The vehicle is described as an older model dark-colored Cadillac.
We believe there were witnesses to the incident. If you have any information please contact Detective Carrazana at 386-763-5347 or [email protected]
The criminal investigations division is actively working leads that will identify the suspect. If you are pictured below, we encourage you to come forward immediately.
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