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They said they had woken to someone destroying their garden furniture, before hearing the person climb on their roof. He jumped onto a truck and dented its hood, leaving $1,500 worth of damage.
When the two men came outside to find out what was going on, Haughee ran into the house and tackled them, knocking a picture frame to the floor and smashing it. He then urinated on the floor before biting one of them in the stomach as they tried to restrain him, a report from the St. Augustine Police Department said.
Police said the bite was so severe that it will leave the victim permanently disfigured.
another link just so we know its not so quick to be called fake,
let me know i am so curious to know what on earth is going on.
AN ACCOUNT of cannibalism by Snowtown serial murderers John Bunting and Robert Wagner has been made public for the first time.
Details of the cannibalism of David Johnson were released yesterday after the South Australian Supreme Court ruled they were no longer prejudicial, given the long running bodies-in-barrels case has almost drawn to a close.
There have been more than 230 suppression orders in the case, triggered by the May 1999 discovery of bodies in the vault of a disused bank at Snowtown, north of Adelaide.
Police, unable to restrain Haughee, attempted to tase him. Haughee was tased for five seconds before he stood up and either fell or dove over the railing on the porch, landing on a concrete stepping stone. Haughee, unfazed by the fall, then stood up and was again tased by police. As police were coming off the porch to where Haughee was, he again stood up and was tased a third time. According to police, during the tasing, Haughee was ordered repeatedly to stay on the ground and to stop resisting. More back up was called to the scene since the two officers already there were having a difficult time controlling Haughee.
While police were waiting on additional officers to arrive, Haughee continued fighting and officers were trying to subdue him using knee strikes and taser strikes.
The report notes that despite the presence of three additional officers, bringing the total to five, police continued to have difficulty controlling Haughee. One of the officers was bitten by Haughee on the lower right leg and required medical treatment.
I don't know many people that can take a single 5 second taser shot let alone 3, 5 second shots and continued to be combative.