Reports are coming in that a man that officials are claiming was “high on Angel Dust”, bit a Mount Vernon police officer on the knee. “He was going bananas,” said Police Commissioner David Chong. It took several officers to subdue the man, Victor Estrada, on the 400 block of South Sixth Avenue at 6:35 p.m. last Thursday. Chong stated that the officers were responding to a report of an injured man. When the police arrived, they saw two men fighting with an unidentified man on top of Estrada. The officers stepped in to separate the two men when Estrada bit the officer.
“Estrada pounded his head on the ground and, when he was taken to the hospital , he attacked a nurse and officer”, Chong reported.
The unidentified man suffered no injuries but assured ZWN that Estrada was not high, as the police have stated.
“There’s no way that man was “high”. He attacked me. I was minding my own business and he came out of the bushes and attacked me. He kept trying to bite me. It was weird…there was nothing there…he was…he wasn’t there…”
Estrada is being held in custody. The two officers or nurse that were bitten are said to be “under observation”. You can read the original article here.