Saturday, September 28, 2013

Greece Cop Assaulted In His Squad Car

 
A Greece Police officer is uninjured after being assaulted in his squad car on Friday, September 27.

At a little after midnight on Friday morning, Greece Police responded to the area of Stowell Drive for a fight in progress call. As Sgt. Thomas Schamerhorn arrived on scene, a male appeared to be flagging him down for assistance.
Police say that when Schamerhorn stopped the marked patrol vehicle he was driving, the man, 21-year-old Anthony Ferrari, entered the police vehicle through the passenger door and began punching Schamerhorn in the face.
Schamerhorn exited the vehicle and attempted to remove the Ferrari from his squad car. Ferrari resisted arrest, at one point kicking the officer in the face.
Officers were eventually able to subdue Ferrari and take him into custody. Further investigation revealed that he had been involved in a domestic incident nearby.
Ferrari was arrested and charged with Assault in the 2nd degree and Resisting Arrest.
Read more: Greece Post

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't this a little role reversal? Isn't Schammerhorn usually the one assaulting?

SCATS said...

To 11:21AM ~~ To be fair, he only beats on females, if I recall.

Anonymous said...

And drunks!!!

Anonymous said...

Sgt. Thomas Schamerhorn is the wrong Greece cop to pull that kind of crap on.

Only reason that fool isn't still in the hospital is that no stone will be left unturned investigating such incidents in the Baxter command.

SCATS said...

To 1:11AM ~~ Why I don't disagree with the message within your comment, I see NOTHING that tells me anyone was taken to the hospital as a result of this incident.

Anonymous said...

1:11 I totally disagree with you first sentence. Your second one makes no sense at all unless your comments were made " tongue and cheek". Even so, your intent is not very clear due to your word usage in the latter.