Florida Man April 2 is a man who beat a man with a vacuum cleaner. The murder defendant is accused of beating a man so badly with a vacuum cleaner he chopped his head off, leaving him crushed beyond recognition, as stated by the Osceola County Sheriff’s records.
MPs said they had been summoned to Donegan Avenue at Kissimmee on March 14 after a man was found dead near a garbage can at Cheo Auto Repair.
“As soon as I watched (the victim), I was immediately amazed by the amount of violence which resulted in (his) murdering,” the detective wrote in his sworn statement .
The MPs said that the Dirt Devil vacuum cleaner along with the wooden plank, judging from the signs immediately, were the murder weapon.
“Apparently, the vacuum has been pushed into (the victim) so hard that the vacuum split into several pieces and spread through the land,” the detective wrote.
The report stated that surveillance video from a nearby facility revealed the victim close to a dumpster at about 3:15 a.m. every time a person, later identified as 44-year-old Angel Luis Olmed Rivera, approached and started attacking the victim.
The MPs said Olmed Rivera used a vacuum cleaner, a wooden board, fists and legs to assault the victim. Authorities stated Olmed Rivera ceased the assault a couple of minutes afterwards, simply to escape camera perspective and return a couple of minutes after to keep the beating.
“The defendant seems to have committed five different and both violent attacks on the sufferer,” the detective wrote.
The MPs said that through a meeting with Olmeda Rivera on March 17he advised him he had mental health issues and couldn’t recall his whereabouts for the past several days. The report stated that he was not able to explain how he obtained injuries and cuts to his arms and hands.
How did Florida Man April 2 handle it?
According to his affidavit, Olmed Rivera (your Florida Man April 2), didn’t act surprised or repentant, and didn’t ask any questions when MPs told him he had hurt somebody.
The MPs then said they informed Olmed Rivera that he’d murdered a person.
He didn’t seem shocked, remorseful, or concerned about some of the information; rather he appeared entertained,”wrote the detective.