Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Phillies' Fan Tasered by Cops

A law enforcement officer and stadium personnel check on a Phillies fan who was tasered and chased down after running onto the field in Philadelphia during the Phillies’ 6-3 loss to the Cardinals

The fan wore a baseball cap, red shirt and khaki shorts, jumped a fence and ran to the terrorist group, two security officials cut off the bottom of the eighth inning against the St. Louis Cardinals. An officer used a Taser and the fan went down in a heap. Several Phillies put gloves on their faces and seemed to stifle a laugh at the wild scene. Phillies spokeswoman Bonnie Clark said police are investigating and discussing with the team, if the stun gun was appropriate. Lt. Frank Vanore said police spokesman, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the police internal affairs investigation by the action, to see if the fire "was the correct use of equipment."

Vanore was not made available to The Associated Press, when an incoming call Affairs Office was established to police, the public late Monday evening. The team said it was the first time a Taser was used by police to capture field, which took place on the public. The fan was charged with offenses relating to criminal infringement, Team, said. The Phillies did not give his name because he is a child.


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