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Baseball bat-brandishing woman bites police officer at U.S. Capitol By Reuters


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: View of Washington, D.C.’s U.S. Capitol Building, U.S.December 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ken Cedeno

WASHINGTON (Reuters] – On Friday, a 25-year old woman was seen holding a baseball bat close to the U.S. Capitol. He and other officers tried to disarm the victim.

Olivia Romano was identified by police as the arrested woman.

“The officers tried to seize the bat when she raised her hand,” the Capitol Police said. “In that instant, the woman became aggressive and bit one officer,” said the Capitol Police.

Police said that charges were being filed against the woman, but they did not disclose the condition of the officer at Capitol Police, her age, or even the name.

After the Jan. 6th riot that killed supporters of Donald Trump and the April death of an officer in the Capitol, as well as a standoff between a man driving a truck on the Library of Congress sidewalk, which took place mid-August, Capitol Police remains on edge.

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