Money Owed for Marijuana Leads to Agg Assault Suspect Losing A Tooth DRAMATIC VIDEO
SPRING HILL – On Friday September 11th, RNRF responded to the Glenburne Subdivision in Sterling Hills, after reports of a physical disturbance.
Upon our arrival, we immediately began video recording as deputies converged on a pickup truck, guns drawn, demanding that the three occupants exit the vehicle. Seconds later, we heard a deputy yell “He’s got a bat… he’s got a bat!” That’s when deputies slammed one of the men to the ground, causing abrasions to his face and chipping off half of a front tooth. CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO
Fire Rescue responded to the scene but the injured man refused treatment.
No arrests were made and the case is now inactive, according to officials.
On Saturday, we met with three of the individual involved in the incident, Walter Goerge, 19, Shane Hibbard, 26, and Nicholas Brammer, 43, (The injured man) who said they never displayed or threatened anyone with a bat. George told RNRF that bat slipped out from under the seat, when Brammer was exiting the vehicle and that’s what caused deputies to react.
Brammer explained that they entered to subdivision, looking for 24-year-old Brock Boyd because he owed him $80.00 for some tools. When the three men approached Brock, he fled through several back yards to avoid contact.
We met with the representatives of the Sheriff’s Office today, so that they could view the video. That’s when we were provided a slightly different version of how the incident occurred.
According to officials, Brock and his girlfriend Brianna Step were approached in front of their home on Ayrshire Drive by the three suspects. Brock says he saw Shane Hibbard grab a bat from the truck and begin chasing him. By the time deputies arrived on the scene, the suspect’s had already fled onto another street inside the gated community.
By now, deputies were more concerned since a weapon was allegedly involved.
According to Deputy Brett Croft, when he approached the vehicle, he gave Brammer multiple commands to get on the ground, but Brammer refused to comply. Croft says he noticed a bat roll off Brammer’s lap, so he attempted to restrain Brammer by grabbing his wrist. According to Croft, Brammer made “jerking motions” which resulted in Brammer being forcefully escorted to the ground.
During the investigation, it was revealed that Brammer was angry because brock owed him money for marijuana he sold to him the previous day.
Brammer says he plans to seek legal advice in hopes of having the Sheriff’s Office cover the cost of his broken tooth.
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