2 apprehended after carjacking in Miami

Police say victim bitten in arm while fighting off pair of attackers


MIAMI – A man and a woman people have been apprehended in connection with an early morning carjacking in Miami, police said.

Miami police Officer Michael Vega said a man and woman approached the 73-year-old victim while he was getting in his truck shortly before 5 a.m. Wednesday outside a Dunkin' in the 5100 block of Biscayne Boulevard and demanded his property.

Vega said the victim fought with the pair, and he was bitten in the arm by the woman.

According to an arrest report, the woman told the victim that her accomplice had a gun, which scared the victim and he threw his car keys on the ground. The attackers then got away in his 2007 GMC, police said.

Lamar Rashad Davis, 20, is accused of carjacking a man in Miami.
Lamar Rashad Davis, 20, is accused of carjacking a man in Miami.

Police later caught up with the suspects near Northwest 11th Court and Northwest 41st Street and took them into custody.

They were identified as Lamar Rashad Davis, 20, and Antoinette Trinette March, 20. 

The victim was treated for his injuries at the scene.

Davis and March face charges of carjacking/robbery and aggravated battery on a person 65 or older. 

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