Joseph Stephen Carroll, 27 ( Note: 2008 mug)
LoL, what a Tard, he played a invigorating game of Head light, pepper spray, flashlights, tasers with officers. Every one knows Tasers totally beats flashlights, but pepper spray beats tasers every time. Too funny, they still dont have a clue were the Dumbass's clothing is.
http://www.dailycommercial.com/local...ry/081909nakedUMATILLA -- A 27-year-old inmate likely woke up in a lot of pain Tuesday -- and fully clothed -- after he apparently fought naked with officers, paramedics and firefighters the night before.
Umatilla police said a sargeant was responding to a call about 11 p.m. Monday on Lake Shore Drive when an unclothed Joseph Stephen Carroll jumped from the bushes and onto his squad car and started banging on the hood with his fists.
Carroll then allegedly jumped off and slugged the car's headlight, shattering part of it. After a struggle that police said included repeated use of a stun gun, pepper spray and even strikes with flash lights and other fighting techniques, officers were finally able to get the 150-pound, 5-foot-8 Carroll under control.
Carroll was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting an officer with violence and criminal mischief. He also was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer in the incident, which left Sgt. Christopher Bell with a fractured hand. Carroll was being held in the Lake County jail in lieu of $11,500 bail.
It's not clear what injuries Carroll received. The Web site for Lake County Sheriff's Office that posts arrest information had "no photo available" listed where his mug shot was supposed to be. "He might be sore from all the resistance he put up," said Umatilla Police Chief Doug Foster. Foster added his department is still trying to determine why Carroll was walking around naked, so out of control and had such a high tolerance for pain. "He didn't feel any pain," Foster said.
According to an arrest affidavit, Carroll was given several doses of NarCan -- which can help reverse drug overdoses -- after he continued to struggle with paramedics and firefighters called to the scene.
Carroll turned himself in on marijuana possession charges in 2008, according to Lake County jail records. Foster said Bell was responding to a disturbance Monday night when he ran into Carroll. Foster said he wasn't sure if Carroll was coming from that disturbance. Foster added it's not clear what happened to his clothing.