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Man Breaks Calif. Officer's Nose In Fight

December 27, 2011  | 

A hit-and-run suspect fought off a TASER and broke a San Jose Police officer's nose, before other officers arrested him Christmas morning.

Officers tracked Paul Pierce, 69, to a house on 24th and San Fernando streets at 10:24 a.m. Several officers confronted Pierce, who had a $50,000 warrant. He told the officers, "No, you're not arresting me." Pierce fought off a TASER, and was eventually taken into custody, reports the Silicon Valley Mercury News.

Tags: Hit-and-Run, San Jose PD, Assaults on Officers


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HankG @ 12/28/2011 3:14 AM

He did all that and he's 69! Talk about Grey Power!

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