In the 'old' days, this would have probably not escalated as much. But due to new laws requiring Police to practically wait til a murder is being 'attempted,' this arrest escalated fast.

 SUSPECT FIGHTS, HITS, SPITS ON OFFICERS AND PARAMEDICS

We now have the full details about a domestic violence arrest that occurred Wednesday night in Pasco, from Pasco Police.

"The arrest involved several attempts to have the suspect talk with the mental health professional (MHP) and attempts to have the suspect cooperate with a peaceful arrest, but he refused."

33-year-old Ankur Arora, of Pasco, was the subject of a DV arrest, but then it went south.  Police arrived at a home in the 7700 block of Budsage Drive around 6:15 PM, when the suspect resisted arrest from the domestic issue.

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Arora, according to Police, was obviously having a mental issue:

"The arrest involved several attempts to have the suspect talk with the mental health professional (MHP) and attempts to have the suspect cooperate with a peaceful arrest, but he refused."

They then deployed a Taser, but unfortunately, the brand-new weapon didn't do the job, likely because one of the probes missed hitting its target.

 

Suspect Arora (PPD)
Suspect Arora (PPD)
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Then K-9 Brit had to be deployed (see the picture in our story) to the "full effect" which dropped him to the garage floor.

According to Police, Arora continued his struggle:

"...an officer reported getting struck several times in the head by fists, another officer reported having him spit in the officer's face, our WRAP fabric-and-strap restraint was used, and a PFD medic reported that they also got spit on while trying to help the suspect."

He is now facing a plethora of charges beyond the original domestic violence issue.

 

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