Tuesday, July 19, 2016

"Columbus police officer hospitalized after glass found in sandwich"

WSYX/WTTE -- A Columbus police officer was rushed to the hospital after officials say he cut his mouth after biting into a sandwich, which contained several shards of glass from a restaurant on East Long Street Monday afternoon.
The officer was taken to Grant Medical Center around 3 p.m. where he's being held overnight. The officer is expected to be okay, according to investigators.
Police say the officer bit into the sandwich and felt what was a grisly texture as well as a crunching sound. When he looked into the sandwich, he saw the glass. When he checked his mouth, he saw it was bleeding. The restaurant was subsequently shut down as assault squad investigators conducted interviews.
Detectives said it's not clear whether the incident was accidental or intentional.
Tweets claim the restaurant is a ‘Progressive Coffee House’

14 comments:

john said...

Quoc Nguyen is the cop.

Lincoln Café is the place.

I wouldn't think this is necessarily an accident at all.

edutcher said...

Jus' another Chinaman.

Same as a cracka.

I hope this gets lots of play if it was intentional. Make Hillary own every one.

edutcher said...

And another for Hillary KC Police captain murdered.

And the tolerant compassionate Left shows that you don't have to be a cop (color immaterial) to warrant violence. GQ writer would like to beat Sean Smith's mother for telling the truth.

AllenS said...

At the moment, don't blame the owner. Find out who made the sandwich. Then kill him/her.

chickelit said...

"War on police" is a great tag because that's exactly what it is.

edutcher said...

More like War on society, but I think we'll get there soon enough.

Sixty Grit said...

On instapundit the other day that drunken law prof, but I repeat myself, wrote that police do not exist to protect the public from criminals, rather, they exist to protect criminals from what the public would do to them.

Vigilante mobs can be swift and merciless.

edutcher said...

Actually, no.

A true Vigilance Committee can be more scupulous about the law than constituted bodies. Consider San Francisco in 1856 where the responsible people of the town took matters into their own hands when the authorized law proved incapable or unwilling.

A lynch mob is not a Committee of Vigilance and some self-styled vigilantes were, in fact, paid enforcers.

Sixty Grit said...

Hey, I was just repeating what that drunk wrote. Seriously, I want no part of vigilantism.

edutcher said...

It worked nicely in the gold fields.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

ed, unfortunately San Francisco of 1856 is nothing compared to San Francisco of today. It has been all downhill since '49.

edutcher said...

I never said differently.

I'm just noting that a responsible Vigilance Committee can be better than a corrupt system.

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

ed, that was just dry commentary on my part.

Like the drought.

Methadras said...

At this point, any cop should be brown bagging his own lunch and thermosing his own coffee.