Terri Thomas (chaged with assault After mask dispuste) Biography, Terri Thomas Wiki
Terri Thomas was arrested in Hackensack, NJ for aggravated assault after video surfaced, allegedly showing her attack the lady at a STAPLES who’d asked her to pull up her mask over mouth…. which sent Thomas into a rage.
Police on Tuesday said they arrested a woman in the videotaped attack of a fellow customer who asked her to correctly wear a mask at a Hackensack Staples store.
Terri Thomas, 25, was charged with aggravated assault, according to Hackensack police. The city resident was released ahead of a court hearing later this month.
The victim, a 54-year-old woman who has recently had a liver transplant, said that she used the copier on Wednesday when Thomas asked her to pull the face mask out of her mouth and nose during her ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Statement.
“Thomas got angry, shouted the victim, and then threw him violently on the ground,” detective Captain Darrin DeWitt said. Said.
The video of the attack from the store security cameras showed that the woman was trying to fend off Thomas with his cane before he was pulled to the ground.
He said the victim had a leg fracture and required surgery.
“The puncher workers called 911 immediately and turned to the victim within seconds of the attack,” said the captain.
Hackensack Detectives Demetrius Carroll thanked Ioannis Papanikolaou and James Han for investigating the case.
The surveillance video clearly shows the attack all day long – cops say it depicts Thomas recently turning to a 54-year-old woman who has had a liver transplant. The old woman tries to fend her off with her cane, but it backfires.
The suspect grabbed the woman’s cane and threw it like a doll … leaving the woman on the ground and writhing in pain with the suspect’s jump, hanging the mask in half. Cops say the woman has a broken leg and requires surgery.
We have been seeing such facial expressions very often lately – people who tell others that they must follow safety rules and wear face coverings, just be sweared, calculated, threatened, and in some cases … doing the right thing.