SPRINGFIELD, Mass. –
A Massachusetts lady is dealing with a number of assault and battery prices for allegedly releasing a swarm of bees on a bunch of sheriff’s deputies, a few of them allergic to bee stings, as they tried to serve an eviction discover, authorities stated.
Rorie S. Woods, 55, pleaded not responsible at her arraignment on Oct. 12 in Springfield District Court and was launched with out bail, Masslive.com, citing courtroom data, reported on Wednesday.
Her lawyer didn’t instantly reply to a voicemail left by The Associated Press on Wednesday.
The Hampden County Sheriff’s Department deputies went to a house in Longmeadow on the morning of Oct. 12 and have been met by protesters, in keeping with the official division report.
Woods, who lives in Hadley, quickly arrived in an SUV towing a trailer carrying bee hives, the report stated. She began “shaking” the hives, broke the quilt off one, inflicting tons of of bees to swarm out and initially sting one deputy, in keeping with the report.
Woods, who put on a beekeeper’s swimsuit to guard herself, was finally handcuffed however not earlier than a number of extra sheriff’s division staff have been stung, together with three who’re allergic to bees, the report stated.
When Woods was advised that a number of officers have been allergic to bees, she stated “Oh, you are allergic? Good,” in keeping with the report.
Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi stated Woods may have confronted extra critical prices if something worse had occurred to these stung.
“We had one employees member go the hospital, and, fortunately, he was all proper,” Cocchi stated.