Florida Man Stabbed and Robbed by a Mother and Daughter

According to a police report, a mother and daughter cut, beat, and robbed a man early Saturday morning while holding him captive in their car until he finally got away. At 5:41 a.m. on Saturday, cops in Daytona Beach were called to the 500 block of South Caroline Street to find someone having been shot.

Police were told that two women had struck him and that one of them had stabbed him several times. Police say the man hadn’t got a front tooth and was bleeding from the mouth and arm. His story to police was that he had been at the Baymont Hotel at 2725 W. International Speedway Blvd. earlier and seen Carla Thomas, 53, working on a sport utility vehicle. He asked her if she needed any help.

Danielle Toliver, the woman’s 33-year-old daughter, came up to him and said she and her friend needed help picking up a scooter and would pay him for his help. There was a younger woman in the back seat of the SUV with the victim. The SUV then drove off. He said he went to sleep and woke up when the woman said he stole her mother’s phone.

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The police report says she then stabbed him and took his iPhone. The report says that the mother punched the man in the mouth and broke one of his front teeth. Police said the victim begged the women for 15 minutes to let him out of the car, but they wouldn’t and told him they were going to kill him somewhere else.

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Thomas was caught. The victim said she was Toliver’s mother and she is 53 years old. Court records show that Thomas was being held at the Volusia County Branch Jail without bail on Tuesday morning on charges of robbery with a weapon and false imprisonment.

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