Taser used on man at car dealership after fight

(WUSA9) -- A man is charged with destruction of property after he got into a fight with a woman, then broke the convertible top of a special release Corvette at a Calvert County car dealership, say authorities.

According to Calvert County Sheriff's Office authorities, deputies responded to the Bayside Chevrolet dealership for the report of a domestic altercation in the parking lot last Friday evening.

A dealership employee told deputies he saw Terrence David Brooks in the parking lot with a woman who was in her own vehicle and they were arguing. According to authorities, the woman left the scene and then Brooks jumped onto a special release Corvette, valued at $80,000, scratching it and breaking the convertible top.

Deputies found Brooks and attempted to detain him to investigate the situation, say authorities. They say when they tried to put Brooks in handcuffs he resisted arrest and attempted to flee.

Brooks attempted to push deputies away, say authorities, and deputies used a Taser on him after failing to obey several commands to stop. He was finally subdued.

Officials tell us Brooks, who is from Prince Frederick was transported to Calvert Memorial Hospital for evaluation after being tasered. According to officials, hospital personnel indicated that a test revealed that Phencyclidine was present in Brooks' system.

Brooks was charged with destruction of property in the amount of $10,000 or more, destruction of property in the amount of less than $1,000, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.


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