Denver, Colorado 2021-07-17 15:18:14 –
Fort Collins, Colorado — A prisoner in Larimer County Prison allegedly assaulting two lawmakers on Friday night has been charged with additional felony charges.
According to the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, 18-year-old Don Trewoods refused to order several officials to return to his cell as he tried to obey the prisoners, injuring two lawmakers.
The sheriff’s office said two taser guns would need to be deployed to gain control. He was checked by medical staff and was not injured.
Woods has been accused of hitting a lieutenant in the face and injuring another lieutenant’s leg during the fight. According to the sheriff’s office, the two agents were taken to a local hospital where they were treated for injuries and allowed to return to work.
Woods was in Larimer County Jail after being arrested by Fort Collins police on December 20. This includes extortion, felony threats, two robbers, and criminal mischief from explosive and two assaults.
The sheriff’s office said the suspect is currently facing two felony charges of attacking police officers.
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