“A man who allegedly mangled a man’s pinky so severely during an iPad theft that the finger later was amputated was arrested early this morning, police say,” Kirk Mitchell reports for The Denver Post.
“Brandon Darnell Smith, 20, was arrested at 1:14 a.m. without incident at his home, said Sonny Jackson, Denver police spokesman,” Mitchell reports. “He is being held for investigation of second-degree assault and robbery in the April 15 strong-arm robbery of Bill Jordan, 59, according to Jackson.”
Mitchell reports, “The suspect jerked so hard it stripped the skin on part of Jordan’s pinky to the bone.”
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