DAYTONA BEACH (Florida). According to court records, the Florida resident was accused of spraying neighbors with cockroach spray while trying to use nunchucks. Instead of hitting himself in his head with nunchucks, he hit himself in the head with the nunchucks. This was over a complaint regarding loud music.
According to Volusia County Court records, Larry Darnell Adams (61), of Daytona Beach is charged with an aggravated attack with a lethal weapon and aggravated assault using a lethal weapon.
A Daytona Beach officer filed an affidavit stating that he was summoned at around 1:15 AM Monday to Adams’ apartment building to speak to five of the alleged victims. According to the statements of the women, they sat in the car listening to music to celebrate the 18th birthday of one victim. Two relatives asked two other women to get in touch with them and ask the women to play music. Way down. In the parking lot, was the fifth woman.
According to the affidavit, Adams fled his apartment while the women were speaking and began a verbal battle with the women.
The document states that the defendant made threats and swore while the victims stood firm. Larry Adams, 61-year-old from Daytona Beach is seen in 2015 photos. Adams was arrested Monday, 12 August 2019, after allegedly trying to intimidate neighbors with loud music and spraying them with cockroach repellent.
According to the officer, the women interpreted the slang as a threat and he was ready to shoot them with guns.
Adams pulled out a can of cockroach spray, and spray the women with pesticide on their bodies and faces, according to the affidavit.
The officer said that Adams then threatened the woman with a pair of nunchucks. After being sprayed with insecticide, the document states that Adams convinced the women.
Adams used a weapon from martial arts to smash a car where women were listening to music.
The officer stated that the defendant threw the nunchucks into the car after the nunchaku accidentally hit him in the forehead.
The car was uninjured.
Adams, one of the victims, and the witness to at least part of it called 911. Witnesses told investigators that Adams was seen splashing something on the women. One woman also stood in front of Adams to block the splashing.