Worst. Birthday. Party. Ever.
The cop almost got himself tased.
Slugging a uniformed cop? He knew better than to do that, and now it’s going to cost him.
Let’s try to sort this out.
One cop, the baby’s Grand-dad, was off-duty.
He should have stood down and let the other officers handle the situation. He would have saved himself a lot of trouble.
Dedlorn Sanders, Jr, a 51-year-old sergeant in the Tulsa, Oklahoma police force, was charged on Thursday with assault and battery on a police officer in the June 30 attack on officer Heath Brownell.
Sanders was at the party after his daughter had called him to help mediate a custody dispute regarding her infant child, and was off-duty, police said.
When Sanders attempted to drive away from the birthday party with his grandchild, he was stopped by an officer who had arrived at the scene of the dispute. —Read More
Blink and you’ll miss it. It’s right at the beginning of the clip.
‘Sergeant Sanders, yeah he’s acting crazy,’ one officer tells another unit that has just arrived on the scene.
‘He’s acting crazy, so just deal with him,’ the officer goes on.
Sanders was booked on Thursday at 5.56pm and released on a $5,000 bond 16 minutes later, jail records show. —Read More
He’s a cop. You’d think if ANYONE would understand that you don’t take a swing at a cop, it would be another cop.
The advice he someone there should have given him before he took a swing:
Here, this will help:
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