3 credited by cops with stopping 'Rambo' incident arrested in Flagler County
The trio credited with stopping the attack where a man dressed like Rambo entered a Palm Coast restaurant armed with an Uzi-style assault rifle, are arrested days later on disorderly conduct charges.
Vassili Mironov, 28; Roman Dubinsechi, 23; and Joshua Auriemma were arrested Wednesday and charged with disorderly conduct after an altercation in the parking lot of Finns Beachside Pub early Wednesday morning.
Mironov was still wearing a bandage over his eye from the stabbing injury as he fought David Allen Noble in the Saturday incident at Europa Lounge in Palm Coast.
Noble, 37, entered the lounge dressed like Rambo with a rifle and two hunting style knives, Flagler County Sheriff Cmdr. Bob Weber said in a press release.
Noble had already been apprehended by restaurant patrons Mironov and Dubinsechi, both of whom disarmed Noble, an arrest report said. Noble grabbed one of the hunting knives and lashed out at the two men.
Mironov and Dubinsechi wrestled Noble to the ground, who was unconscious when police arrived.
Noble was arrested and faces various charges, including attempted murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. His bond was set at $400,000 Monday.