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James Jamal Curry was indicted by a federal grand jury in Tampa for “perpetrating a biological weapon hoax,” when he coughed and spat on police during an arrest in March.
On March 27 St. Petersburg police responded to a domestic violence call involving Curry and his girlfriend of two years. When police arrived Curry’s girlfriend was visibly upset and had a bruise on her arm.
Police interviewed Curry and he was arrested for felony domestic battery and false imprisonment. During the arrest Curry claimed to be infected with the coronavirus and coughed on an officer.
Curry was released from Pinellas County Jail the next day on bond and police were called back to Curry’s girlfriend’s home. Apparently he was outside her home violating a no contact order.
Curry was arrested again and during the second arrest he became violent and spat on an officer getting blood filled saliva inside her mouth. He again claimed to have the coronavirus and even attempted to bite a police officer.
Curry was tested for the coronavirus and the results came back negative. However the grand jury still indicted him on charges of Federal Terrorism.
The charge for perpetrating a biological threat hoax that does not result in bodily harm carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison.
Curry’s attorney, Samuel Landes, says law enforcement is stretching the law meant for terrorist and that Curry’s encounter was a standard law enforcement confrontation
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