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Posted by: thepinetree on 04/10/2014 09:54 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 04/10/2014 09:55 AM
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Transient Claiming To Be "Star of David" Attacks Utility Worker

Jamestown, CA...On Wednesday, 4/10/14, about 09:15 A..M. The suspect, 32 year old, David Sean Johnson, was walking on 5th Avenue in Jamestown. He approached a utility worker who was seated in his work truck. Johnson saw a cell phone in the truck and claimed the phone was his. The utility worker explained it was a work phone. The utility worker felt uncomfortable and exited the truck. He picked up his orange pylons and loaded them onto the truck. As the worker was approaching his driver’s door, Johnson blocked his path and claimed the utility truck was his. Johnson then hit the worker in the face and a fight ensued. The worker was calling for someone to call the police as the fight was continuing....



CHP arrived on scene and was able to detain Johnson. Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Deputies arrived and placed Johnson under arrest. A search of his person was conducted, he was in possession of a dirk or dagger, fireworks, and a “heavy bolt tied to the end of a rope”. Johnson became to scream he was “the Star of David” and he spit at the Deputies.

He was placed in leg restraints due to his on going combative behavior and taken to the Tuolumne County Jail. At the Jail he fought with Jail Staff and bit a Deputy. Two other Deputies received minor injuries. Deputies utilized a Taser and Johnson was tased. He was restrained and placed in a secure “restraint chair”

The utility worker received an injured ankle in the incident.


Suspect:

Johnson, David, Sean
Transient
32 years of age

Charges:
243(D) P.C. Battery with Serious Bodily Injury Felony
21310 P.C. Carry Concealed Dirk or Dagger Felony
22210 P.C. Possession of a Prohibited Weapon Felony
148(A)(1) Resisting/Obstructing Peace Officer Misd.
243.1 P.C. Battery on Custodial Officer Misd.
12677 H&S Possession of Fireworks Misd.


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Posted on: 2014-04-11 20:47:09   By: Anonymous
 
A 357 in the lunch box would of taken care of that problem.

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    Posted on: 2014-04-12 09:27:01   By: Anonymous
     
    But then you usually have to dispose of the body.

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      Posted on: 2014-04-27 11:59:11   By: Anonymous
       
      I want these off here stop. Ur disrespect delete these u *bleep*

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