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Antanacio Cepeda allegedly threated to kill beating victim and dog

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He is accused of punching and threatening to kill the victim and arresting officers.

Atanacio Cepeda appeared in court today. He is charged with second degree robbery, aggravated assault, assault on a police officer, and terrorizing to name a few.

Court documents state the suspect was holding a knife when he walked up the victim and punched him in the face.

"Better not call the cops! I know where you live. I will kill you and your dog!" he said according to court documents. 

The suspect then took off with the victim's cell phone. Once police tracked him down, documents state the suspect allegedly threatened to kill the officers and even attempted to hit them. One officer was evaluated for a moderate injury to his shoulder. The suspect has been on pre-trial release for a separate drug possession case.

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