Aaron Parsons arrested in alleged carjacking a double amputee’ A man accused of carjacking a double amputee and dumping him onto train tracks is now in custody, the U.S. Marshals said, according to WOIO. Aaron Parsons, 36, surrendered on Wednesday for a charge of aggravated robbery with a gun, authorities said.
Aaron Parsons arrested in alleged carjacking a double amputee
Investigators claim he carjacked the victim at gunpoint at around 11 p.m. on Feb. 22 near the intersection of East 71st Street and Hosmer Avenue in the Broadway–Slavic Village neighbourhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
@USMSCleveland is offering a reward for information that would lead to fugitive Aaron Parsons's capture. Parsons is wanted by the United States Marshals Service and the Cleveland Division of Police for aggravated robbery with a gun. pic.twitter.com/tDQlmYk83e— U.S. Marshals (@USMarshalsHQ) April 3, 2023
Parsons allegedly forced the man to drive to the 4000 block of Pearl Road in the Old Brooklyn neighbourhood. Parsons threw the man out of the vehicle and onto railroad tracks, authorities said. He and two other suspects, who investigators did not name, were allegedly involved in striking the man in the head with a firearm.
“If the cold doesn’t kill you, a train will,” Parsons is accused of telling the victim.