BREMERTON, Wash. - Police say a Bremerton Municipal Courthouse guard who was knocked down by a fleeing suspect suffered a broken shoulder.
Lt. Peter Fisher says police are looking Thursday for 19-year-old Holden James Lippard-Taste for the apparent assault as well as domestic violence arrest warrants.
Fisher says Lippard-Taste was brought to court Wednesday by a probation officer who suspected him of being under the influence of methamphetamine. When his name was called he bolted and ran over the 74-year-old guard who attempted to stop him from running out the front door.
The Kitsap Sun reports Lippard-Taste was convicted in October in Kitsap County Superior Court of possessing heroin and was sentenced to 10 days in jail.
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