North Alabama man charged with vomiting blood on police aide

DeKalb County, Alabama (WHNT) — A 24-year-old Powell man has been arrested after officials said he vomited blood on officers after a civil unrest.

Vincent Ivan Moore He was charged with third-degree domestic violence, criminal mischief, damaging a police car, and assaulting a police officer with bodily fluids.

On April 16, the Powell Police Department announced that it answered a domestic call to a home within the town limits within 35th Alabama. When he arrived, Assistant Chief Nick Morgan found a female victim with injuries to his head.

Morgan then found and contacted a “bloody Vincent Moore”.

According to police, Moore was uncooperative and “heavily intoxicated.” assist. Chief of his Morgan puts Moore in the backseat of a police car so he can run a domestic violence investigation.

Moore then started screaming at Morgan and vomiting blood in his face. written by the police.

After the investigation, Moore was indicted and served time on an existing warrant he had with the Powell Police Department for failing to appear.

The Powell Police Department thanked multiple departments for their assistance with the case, including the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office and the Rainesville Police Department.

At the time this article was published, Moore remained in the DeKalb County Jail on $3,300 bail.

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