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Victor Scott Borchert Arrested for Allegedly Threatening Woman With Ninja Turtle Weapon, Fleeing Drunkenly on Moped

Not one of the good guys. Probably likes pizza, though.
Not one of the good guys. Probably likes pizza, though.
​People manage to find all kinds of creative ways to menace folks. Forty-year-old Victor Scott Borchert was arrested by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office yesterday evening and accused of menacing a woman with a gun and a Japanese sai, the three-pronged weapon of choice of Raphael, the red Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.

The 24-year-old victim, who said she didn't know Borchert, told police she opened her front door to find him holding a gun at his hip, pointing it at her stomach and raising the sai in her direction. He asked "where the man was," according to court documents; she told him there wasn't one and slammed the door. Borchert then 
took off on a blue moped.

"Borchert put her in fear," the report says, "due to the fact that he pointed a gun at her."

A police officer found Borchert next to a building at 701 Minor Road, where he handcuffed Borchert at gunpoint and found two guns stuffed into the man's waistband. "I then asked him if he had a concealed weapons permit, and he stated that he did not need one; he was at his business. I told him that he was in the public and absolutely did need one."

It was at this point the officer observed Borchert "as having blood shot watery eyes with a glazed effect, slurred speech, and an odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emanating from his person and breath."

Borchert was unable to post $25,000 bond and was in Palm Beach County Jail as of this afternoon, facing charges of aggravated assault with a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon, according to the Palm Beach Post.


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