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Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies arrested an 18-year-old Jupiter man after he allegedly went on a naked rampage inside a house while screaming that everyone in the home was going to die.
Daniel Leneve is facing several charges after he and his 17-year-old girlfriend each took three tabs of acid or LSD.
Deputies responded to the 6600 block of Church Street and found Leneve and his girlfriend in a “daze” while swinging their arms at each other, according to an arrest report. Leneve ran toward the deputies and, when told to get on the ground, he complied by falling backward.
Leneve struggled while deputies attempted to apply handcuffs and screamed that “everyone was going to die,” the report said.
“He was obviously under the influence of an unknown substance and would not calm down,” a deputy wrote in the report.
As deputies continued to battle Leneve, the 17-year-old girl ran over and pointed her finger at the man’s face. Leneve allegedly reacted by biting down on the girl’s finger, causing a laceration that required treatment at a hospital.
Leneve, handcuffed and wearing leg hobbles, was sedated by Palm Beach County Fire Rescue and taken to a hospital, the report said.
An unidentified female witness told deputies that Leneve and the girl were hanging out in the backyard when she heard a commotion. Leneve allegedly “violently” tossed the girl around, then walked into the house where he took his clothes off before smashing mirrors, glass and other items.
The woman told police that the couple has been dating for six months and that the girl has dropped out of school, become combative and is “out of control” since she began seeing Leneve.
Leneve is facing charges of battery, resisting an officer with violence, criminal mischief of $200 or less and child abuse without great bodily harm. He was released Monday from the Palm Beach County Jail after posting a $1,500 bond.