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Pa. Man Used Tractor to Assault Police

September 18, 2013
An 80-year-old Pennsylvania man used his lawn tractor to fling rocks and debris at neighbors and police earlier this summer.

Vt. Cruiser Crusher Free On Bail

August 31, 2012
The Vermont man who gained notoriety for using his father's tractor to crush seven police cars is a free man this Friday morning. Roger Pion left the Northern State Correctional Facility, after supporters helped raised his $50,000 bail amount.

Vermont Cruiser Crusher Pleads Not Guilty

August 7, 2012
The Vermont farmer accused of flattening seven Orleans County Sheriff's cruiser in a tractor rampage pleaded not guilty to the charges on Tuesday and remains in custody with a $50,000 bail.

Angry Vt. Farmer Charged with Driving Tractor Over 7 Sheriff's Vehicles

August 3, 2012
A farmer who was arrested last month expressed his displeasure Thursday afternoon in Newport, Vt., by driving a heavy tractor over seven police vehicles owned by the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department, authorities said.

Stolen Tank Rampage In San Diego

February 23, 2010

Shawn Nelson was a U.S. Army veteran and unemployed plumber who stole an M60 Patton tank from a U.S. National Guard Armory in San Diego, Calif., and went on a rampage on May 17, 1995, destroying cars, fire hydrants, and an RV before being shot dead by police.

Man Takes Out Town With Armored Dozer

February 23, 2010

Marv Heemeyer was a welder and muffler repair shop owner who (outraged over the outcome of a zoning dispute) armored a Komatsu D355A bulldozer with layers of steel and concrete and used it on June 4, 2004, to demolish the town hall, a former judge's home, and other buildings in Granby, Colo. After a standoff with law enforcement agencies, Heemeyer committed suicide.

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