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Man arrested after allegedly attacking officers at South End home

Post by Stacey Mulick / The News Tribune on March 9, 2010 at 7:57 am with 4 Comments »
March 9, 2010 7:57 am

Tacoma police arrested a man at a South End home Monday night after he reportedly fought two officers.

Two officers arrived at a home in the 8600 block of South M Street on Monday to arrest a man on suspicion of domestic violence-related charges.

The suspect came out the front door and immediately attacked the officers, police reported. The man was eventually taken into custody.

The man was booked into Pierce County Jail on suspicion of two counts of third-degree assault, resisting arrest and domestic violence, police reported.

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  1. nashabee says:

    it’s very GOOD to hear that none of the officers were hurt this time!!!good job.P.C.S.D!!!!

  2. duckfan4ever says:

    What do you mean “this time?” Do cops usually get killed in high speed chases?

  3. brutallyhonestrealtor says:

    Do they really expect us to believe that a man ran out of a house to willingly attack Tacoma cops? If that is the case, truly, then lord help him! Sounds like a story to me. I find it hard to trust Tacoma Police, with their negative reputation for notoriety and corruption which extends back for decades. Even the former chief of Tacoma Police allegedly committed a murder-suicide. As we all know, there are good cops, and there are definitely bad cops.

    May justice prevail, may the truth be known!

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