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Friday, January 29, 2016


On January 28, 2016 at 4:26PM, members of the U.S. Marshal's Violent Fugitive Task Force, observed Accused Rushawn Carroll in the passenger seat of a vehicle on Chestnut Street. Carroll had an active felony arrest warrant for his part in the street robbery of a minister at 106 New Park Avenue occurring on October 10th, 2015. Charges include Robbery 1st Degree and Conspiracy / Robbery 1st Degree.

Detective Sherry and Perez radioed for assisting patrol units. As the vehicle turned east on Pliny Street, Unit 20 was respondingwest on Pliny Street. Upon observing the cruiser, Carroll bailed out of the vehicle at which point officers gave chase. As Carroll fled he discarded a pellet gun that closely resembled a real firearm . Deputy US Marshal Perreault apprehended Carroll in the area of 206 Mather Street.

As Deputy US Marshall  Perreault attempted to apprehend Carroll, Carroll struck  Perreault in the face with a closed fist. Detective Sherry and Officer Ragno assisted and Carroll was eventually handcuffed. Carroll was combative throughout the encounter and further spit at officers several times.
Marshall Perreault further suffered laceration to his hands while jumping fences which did require stitches.

Accused Carroll was additionally charged for Interfering w/ Police, two counts of Assault on Police and
Weapons in M/V, under case #16-03096

Great job by all officers involved..

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This guy is a thug. Nothing less. Put him in jail for a long time. The only place he deserves to be.