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Inmate Attack Sends Three Arizona Officers to the Hospital

FOX 10 News |

An 18-year-old psych inmate attacked four officers at the Lower Buckeye Jail, sending three officers to the hospital and knocking one unconscious, according to the Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Office. More Here.

April 09, 2015

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Judyth Washington @ 4/9/2015 4:16 PM

A burly male officer has a chance. Isn't it idiotic to accede to affirmative action pressure, and have fat weak women in positions where they may face physical force from an inmate?

TX Lawman @ 4/9/2015 5:56 PM

Prayers for the deputies. This can happen on the street also, yet all we hear from the media is why didn't they use a taser on him or why didn't they talk him into surrendering. I've had it with the media and the idiots out there that want everyone handled with kid gloves. Enough! Do what you have to, to stay alive and be safe!

Getsum @ 4/9/2015 6:44 PM

The inmate severely assaulted an another inmate on the transportation bus on 3/15/2015. He has spit at officers and refused to cuff up several times! He is known as a problem inmate inside.

Getsum @ 4/9/2015 6:45 PM

Ask any of the officers taht work this area, medical makes it hard to do your job!

Kojack58 @ 4/10/2015 4:34 AM

I hate when you get someone who smiles when you juice them with the taser and he throws you around like a rag doll and it takes an army to get him down

DAN PUKACH @ 4/13/2015 12:21 PM


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