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  • Naked man high on marijuana bites his dog then FBI agent in Virginia, police say

    lice said a man was found walking around the neighborhood naked.Author: Arielle BuchmannPublished: 12:21 PM EST January 30, 2019Updated: 6:01 PM EST January 30, 2019

    MANASSAS, Va. — A man who was high on marijuana has been arrested after biting his pet dog before going outside naked and biting an off-duty FBI agent, authorities said. 

    Early Tuesday morning Prince William County police responded to the 15300 block of Nottingham Dr. for the report of a naked man walking around the neighborhood. 

    When they got there they found Cory Michael Phillips, 31, of Manassas, Va., standing in the middle of the street. Police said he was under the influence of an unknown substance and tried to detain him.

    According to police, he ignored the officer’s commands and the officer used pepper spray.

    Phillips approached an off-duty FBI agent who stopped to help the other officer with the incident. That is when a struggle ensued and Phillips bit the FBI agent on his neck, police said.

    Authorities were eventually able to detain him and take him to a hospital.

    The investigation showed that Phillips had been smoking marijuana earlier that morning inside of his home when he started acting erratically.

    He picked up his 5-year-old Labrador-boxer mix dog, started squeezing it and then bit the dog on its ears and chest, police said.

    Immediately after he went outside and pushed a neighbor, a 60-year-old woman, to the ground, but she was not hurt, police said.

    After being released from the hospital, Phillips was taken to the Adult Detention Center where he is being held without bond.

    He is being charged with malicious wounding, animal cruelty, possession of marijuana, assault and battery, obstruction of justice, and intoxicated in public.

    He will appear in court on March 5. 



  • Rookie police officer killed on first day of job; 2 officers injured

    Virginia Officer Ashley Guindon Fatally Shot on First Shift, 2 Other Cops Wounded

    Fallen Hero: Virginia Police Department Mourns Cop Killed on Day One 1:49

    “This whole thing is just tragic,” Perok said.

    The suspect, identified as Ronald Hamilton was being held without bond on charges of capital murder of a police officer, assault with a fire arm and murder in the first degree, according to the Prince William County Adult Detention Center. He is expected to be arraigned Monday morning.

    The wife of the alleged shooter was killed in the domestic violence incident, according to NBC Washington.

    The officers were responding to the domestic call when they were shot in Woodbridge, about 20 miles southwest of Washington, D.C.

    Neighbors reported hearing several rapid gunshots ring out as young people played outside, NBC Washington reported.

    “I can’t believe this is my neighborhood,” neighbor Saher Jan told the station.

    Officer Ashley Guindon Prince William County Police Department

    The two other officers shot were undergoing treatment Saturday night, Perok said. He added that police were investigating what led up to the shooting, which took place at around 5:30 p.m.

    “We ask for everyone’s thoughts and prayers as our department deals with this tragic loss,” the police department said in a statement announcing Guindon’s death.

    Guindon graduated with a bachelor’s degree in aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. and served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, according to a press release from the Prince William County Police Department from June 2015, when she graduated from the police basic recruit school.

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    Officer Ashley Guindon Prince William County Police Department
    The two other officers shot were undergoing treatment Saturday night, Perok said. He added that police were investigating what led up to the shooting, which took place at around 5:30 p.m.

    “We ask for everyone’s thoughts and prayers as our department deals with this tragic loss,” the police department said in a statement announcing Guindon’s death.

    Guindon graduated with a bachelor’s degree in aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. and served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, according to a press release from the Prince William County Police Department from June 2015, when she graduated from the police basic recruit school.


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    Man Tased By Police While Picking Up Kids: “The Problem Is I’m Black”

    In January, a St. Paul, Minn., father was tased and arrested by police while waiting in a public seating area to pick his kids up from school. His video of the disturbing encounter just surfaced this week—in the description on YouTube, he says the phone he used to record it was confiscated until months after the incident.

    The video begins as the man, identified by the Minneapolis City Pages as Chris Lollie, 27, walks through the First National Bank Building Skyway after being asked to leave a public seating area by a store employee. A female officer follows, demanding to know his name and his problem with the shopkeeper.

    Lollie calmly tells her that he doesn’t have to give his name—he knows his rights—and that “The problem is I’m black. That’s the problem.”

    “I’ve got to go get my kids.”

    As they continue walking toward Lollie’s kids’ school, another officer—identified in the police report as Bruce Schmidt—approaches them.

    “What’s going on, brother?” Lollie says to him.

    “You’re going to go to jail. I’m not your brother, I’m not here to argue with you. Put your hands behind your back,” Officer Schmidt replies. Then Lollie drops his phone as the officer grabs him, causing the video to cut out.

    The audio continues, though: You can hear Lollie screaming for help, the sound of a stun gun charging up, and Lollie pleading “That’s my kids right there! My kids are right there!” as he’s being cuffed.

    “I didn’t do anything wrong. I’m a working man. I take care of my kids. And I get this?” he says near the end of the recording, “And you tase me. For what? I don’t have any weapons. You’re the ones with the weapons here.”

    The City Pages obtained the St. Paul PD police report, showing Lollie was arrested for trespassing, disorderly conduct, and obstructing legal process. The charges against him have since been dismissed.

    The St. Paul Police Department said on Twitter that no investigation into the officers’ behavior has been conducted because “no formal complaint has been made at this point.”

    [h/t Slog]