Police In Georgia Reportedly Became Ill From Certain Substance Attached On Documents: Suspect Taken Into Custody

According to a report, a chemical on documents that he supplied to two police officers allegedly caused them to feel lightheaded and had trouble breathing, leading to the arrest of the Georgia man.

Police In Georgia Reportedly Became Ill From Certain Substance Attached On Documents: Suspect Taken Into Custody

Little Gaston Stone, 51, was charged with aggravated assault after he brought the documents into the Smyrna Police Department and recorded the exchange while voicing his displeasure with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

According to the publication, which cited an arrest warrant, the policemen experienced “extreme fatigue, chest pain, chest tightness, dizziness, and difficulty breathing” after handling the papers.

They are recuperating after being brought to the hospital.

According to inmate records, Stone was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and was still being held without bond at the Cobb County Jail on Friday.

According to Fox News Digital, the FBI’s Atlanta field office is “assisting Smyrna with the testing of potential evidence” gleaned from the papers.

After being charged with making terrorist threats in 2021 and threatening to blow up a building, Stone reportedly entered a guilty plea in October and received a one-year probationary term.

In the past, he was also accused of violent assault.

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