Man, girlfriend charged with attacking grandmother who refused to drive them to house for sex

Michael Rubio and Jacquelyn Carrasquillo.
Michael Rubio and Jacquelyn Carrasquillo. Photo provided by Miami Dade Corrections

A Miami man and his girlfriend were arrested after allegedly beating up his grandmother when she refused to drive the couple to a house so they could have sex.

Police said the older woman was driving the couple, Michael Rubio, 25, and Jacquelyn Carrasquillo, 27, in a car late Thursday afternoon when they began arguing because she would not take them to Carrasquillo’s home.

The victim stopped the car and exited near Southwest 188th Street and Southwest 197th Avenue to walk to her home when her grandson and his girlfriend jumped out and repeatedly struck her in the body and face before throwing her to the ground, according to a police affidavit obtained by Local 10 News.

The couple then sped away.

Police later responded to a home and interviewed the grandmother. Rubio and Carrasquillo were later arrested and charged with multiple counts, including robbery and battery on a person over 65. They were taken to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.