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A court in the area of medical treatment required, on Wednesday, after a suspect she had been sentenced to life in prison, picked up the metal water pitcher and threw it, hitting the judge in the forehead, according to reports.
The Chief of Baltimore Circuit Judge Wanda Keyes Heard, no loss of consciousness but does not require the specified medical attention, the Baltimore Sun reported. Details of her medical condition were not available.
The suspect, Travis Anderson, 36, received a sentence of life in prison, with all but the 70-year ban after being convicted in November, sodomy and false imprisonment charges, according to the Sun.
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He was immediately taken to be responsible for the abuse is in relation to the can incident, authorities said.
“We are the enforcement arm of the court, and we will not allow anyone to attack or harass any of the judicial power, the officers are here,” Maj. Sabrina Tapp-Harper, a spokeswoman for the Baltimore Sheriff’s Office, told the Sun. “We are taking this matter very seriously. We are committed to protecting the court house, and the individuals in it.”
He was convicted last year of second-degree rape, sexual assault, and false imprisonment, the newspaper reported.
Travis Anderson, 36, was sentenced on Wednesday to life in prison, with all but the 70-year ban after being convicted in November, sodomy and false imprisonment charges, the authorities said.
The lawyer, that He could not be reached for comment, the Sun reported.
Tapp-Harper told a sheriff’s deputy and a corrections officer were in the court room at the time of the incident, and quickly subdued the suspect. She added that the sheriff’s office would review the case to determine what changes may be required in the safety procedures in place to prevent a similar incident occurring in the future.
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“After every incident, we have always been critical of the subject matter in order to see what we can do better,” she told the Sun.
He is expected to return to court in January in connection with allegations that he assaulted a corrections employee, from the last of May, Baltimore’s WBAL-TV reported.