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The Macaroni & Cheese Stabbing

NewsHow much do you love Mac & Cheese?

When my daughter was little, she could have eaten mac & cheese all day, every day. She wouldn’t just eat it, she inhaled it. I sat back and wondered, “What would it be like to eat mac & cheese for the first time”. The truth is Americans love their mac & cheese.

One man took in to the next level by stabbing his brother with a knife after misplacing his mac & cheese.

According to The Huffington Post’s story:

A witness told deputies in Volusia County, Fla. that Randy and his brother, 47-year-old Edward Zipperer, started arguing over Randy’s missing macaroni and cheese, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported. His younger brother helped him look, but during the mac-hunt, Edward knocked over a beer Randy had been drinking.”

It was then, after the younger brother spilled the beer that things got out of hand. It was reported that Randy started waving a knife. That knife ended up in Randy’s younger brother abdomen. Police reports said there was blood that trailed from the kitchen to the bedroom. The Huffington Post states that Edward Zipperer “has been charged with aggravated battery and obstructing an officer without violence.”

Sometimes in life things seem to be going all wrong and the littlest things can set someone off. Do you remember the T.V. show Friends? Ross was in the middle of his second divorce and had just been evicted from his New York City apartment when his sandwich was stolen at work. You can watch the scene here.

I think we’ve all had those moments. Just like Ross and Edward, we get to the tipping point and something like a missing sandwich or mac & cheese pushes us over. If you find yourself in this situation, you’ll need someone on your side. Make sure to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Please call The David J. Kramer Law Firm, PLLC:

248-348-7400 or 586-530-1000

This article was published on: June 14, 2013 and was last modified June 15, 2013