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Man accused in sword, sandwich attack

July 3, 2012 at 1:42 PM

WINTER HAVEN, Fla., July 3 (UPI) -- Police in Florida said a man accused of attacking two women with a sword and a peanut butter sandwich bit the inside of a patrol car.

Polk County sheriff's deputies said Mark Miller, 50, of Winter Haven told them he became angry Friday when two women were banging on his trailer, WFTV, Orlando, reported Tuesday.

Miller told deputies he never left the doorway, but the women said he exited his trailer with a sword and a peanut butter sandwich.

One of the women, who is pregnant, said Miller tried to poke her in the stomach with the sword, but was unable to because she grabbed the weapon. The women said Miller then smeared his peanut butter sandwich on the other woman.

Deputies said Miller used his teeth to rip a piece of padding from the inside of the patrol car after his arrest.

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