CU student charged with assaulting police

January 29, 2013
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A Clemson student was arrested early Saturday and charged with assaulting two police officers. According to the university announcement, Jordan Philip Parker of Nashville, Tennessee was charged with a felony count of “resisting/assault, beat or wound police officer serving process or while resisting arrest” after a 3:45 a-m incident outside the student residence building Sanders Hall. The 20-year old sophomore engineering student was also charged with two misdemeanor counts of malicious injury to personal property valued $2,000 or less for a broken windshield and two damaged security cameras, along with public disorderly conduct.

 

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