Florida man stabbed brother in fight over mac and cheese, beer, Volusia deputies say
Randy Zipperer arrested on charges of aggravated battery, obstructing an officer
A 49-year-old man was arrested in Deltona late Tuesday on suspicion of stabbing his brother in a fight that started over some missing macaroni and cheese and spilled beer.
Randy Zipperer was arrested on charges of aggravated battery and obstructing an officer without violence.
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According to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, a witness said Zipperer was at his home on Danforth Avenue when he became upset because he couldn't find his mac and cheese.
His 47-year-old brother went to help look for the food and accidentally knocked over Zipperer's beer, the witness told deputies.
The brothers then got into an argument and Zipperper got a knife from the kitchen and stabbed his brother in the stomach, deputies said.
Deputies said the brother had a small puncture wound on his stomach and found blood leading from the kitchen to the bedroom.
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Deputies also located a 6-inch knife with blood on it, a sheriff's report said.
Zipperer was apologetic while talking to deputies, said the sheriff's report, which also stated that he threatened to beat his brother when he was out of jail.