A suspect in Richmond, California pooped inside a police car, then ate some of it to spit on officers
Police were checking a possible wanted person in North Richmond
The suspect gave police a false name that had a warrant
After giving officers his real name it was discovered he had a warrant as well
The man was getting transported to another jail when he stripped off his clothes, defecated in the squad car, then spit it at officers
A man in Richmond, California was arrested by police, only to later strip down naked in the back of the squad car, defecate, then eat some in order to spit his feces at officers. It is a fascinating time to be alive.
According to the Richmond Police Department Facebook page, officers in North Richmond responded to a report of a possible wanted person. Officers were given a description of the suspect and were able to locate him.
Warrant For Arrest
The suspect gave police a false name, which turned out to have a warrant out for arrest. Upon facing arrest, the suspect gave officers his real name, which turned out to also have a warrant. The suspect was taken into custody for his warrant and providing false information.
At the Richmond Police Department, officers learned that the suspect is also on parole. While going through the booking process, the suspect became “uncooperative and combative” with officers. At that point, it was decided to move the suspect to the county jail in Martinez.
The suspect was placed in the backseat of a squad car as officers headed towards the Martinez County Jail on I-80 eastbound. Once on I-80, the suspect managed to slip his cuffed hands from behind him to in front of him.
Spit Feces At Officers
Once the suspect had his hands in front of him, he stripped out of his clothes and slipped them through the window on to the freeway. Officers noticed the suspect was throwing his clothes on the freeway and that he had defecated in the back of the squad car.
What happened next is something that can only be described as an officer’s worst nightmare. The suspect reportedly began eating his feces, then spit it at the officers.
No Officers Were Injured
Officers immediately pulled over on I-80 and requested additional RPD officers to assist getting the suspect in a compliance safety device. California Highway Patrol assisted by shutting down the freeway while the situation was handled. The post ended as follows:
The department is relieved that there were no injuries sustained in this incident and the involved officers were cleared of any biohazards. We are proud of the officers’ professionalism, composure and patience in this incident. We appreciate the partnership we have with the CHP and their continued efforts to help keep everyone safe on the freeways.