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Drugged Man To Fla. Cop: "I'm Going To Eat You"

June 06, 2012  | 

A homeless North Miami Beach man under the influence of drugs was arrested after police say he became disorderly and then growled and tried to bite an officer.

Brandon De Leon, 21, was arrested Saturday and faces charges including disorderly conduct and resisting an officer with violence, according to online arrest records. He remains in jail and is being held on $5,500 bond, reports NBC Miami.

North Miami Beach Police said De Leon slammed his head repeatedly against the plexiglass of a police car and told the officer "I'm going to eat you." While being treated for his self-inflicted abrasions, De Leon began to act like an animal and "launched to bite" an officer closest to him, an incident report said.


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Robocop @ 6/8/2012 8:50 AM

I always thought that this 'Zombie' stuff was foolish but by God, it seems that there are people out there now who believe that they are Zombies! The case in Miami on the Causeway where the Officer had to kill the wacko eating another mans face, the incident in La. where another whack job bit off part of another guys face while on this 'Bath Salts' and now this incident! Supposedly there was even another incident somewhere out west. This is nuts!

caveside @ 6/8/2012 11:59 AM

Used to mean something very different.

[email protected] @ 6/8/2012 1:51 PM

Well, looks like time to stock up on ammo! I forget, do silver bullets work on zombies or do you have to rub them with garlic? Damn, wish I'd watched more of those late night thrillers.....

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