911 calls detail 'Rambo' suspect in bar

By Kumasi Aaron, Reporter, weekend anchor, kaaron@wjxt.com
Published On: Mar 17 2014 04:19:25 PM EDT
Updated On: Mar 18 2014 12:03:04 AM EDT

VIDEO: Channel 4 has learned new information about a Palm Coast man who deputies say walked into a lounge Saturday with a loaded gun, dressed like the movie character, Rambo.

PALM COAST, Fla -

Flagler County deputies have released the 911 calls from Saturday when a man carrying an Uzi caliber weapon and hunting knives walked into a Palm Coast bar, according to investigators.

Investigators said witnesses described him as "Rambo."

Daniel Noble, 37, was arrested and charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Investigators said Noble was intoxicated when he entered the Europa Lounge yelling.

AUDIO: 911 calls in 'Rambo' arrest (Warning: Contains graphic language)

Some witnesses described what they saw to a 911 Dispatcher.

Dispatcher: "Hello, 911?"

Caller: "911, we need a cop right now at Europa Lounge at European Village. Someone just walked in with a gun and opened fire."

Caller: "We were, we were, we were behind, we were behind (inaudible) and he just walked up and he said shut the (expletive) up and tell me how the fastest way to get to that bar and then he pushed me out of the way and walked through Mezza Luna."

Before Noble could cause any harm, three men stepped in and tackled him to the ground.

During the struggle, investigators said Noble managed to fire one or two shots and stabbed one of the men just inches from his eye. That's when the men knocked him unconscious.

Detectives said Noble had the gun legally and had only been arrested once before for driving under the influence.

"The weapon was purchased earlier this year, in January of this year from a local gun dealership," said Cmdr. Rob Weber. "It was an IWI Uzi .22 caliber weapon."

Noble is being held on $400,000 bond.

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