Man assaults woman who rejected him, bites off other man’s finger in the drug-induced attack, police say

Spencer Fredrickson, 20, was charged with first-degree assault and fourth degree murder on a peace officer.

(Cook County Sheriff’s Office)

A man viciously attacked a woman who rejected him, bit off part of another man’s finger for the assault of a deputy to him in custody Saturday while high on various drugs, including LSD, police said.

Spencer Fredrickson, 20, was charged Tuesday, three days after his drug-fuelled attack on an event called the Rainbow Gathering in Minnesota at the meeting in Superior National Forest, Cook County Sheriff’s Office said.

Fredrickson was under the influence of the LSA, LSD, and the “Morning Glory,” and then he put a 40-year-old woman who rejected him, police said. With the “super human strength,” Fredrickson then grabbed the woman by the throat and tried to strangle when she tried to calm him down. He has also tried to “pull its jaws apart.”

“The female victim was able to scream for help and a group of people then came on her and tried to pull Fredrickson from her,” the police said in a Facebook post.


Fredrickson’s rant doesn’t end there. A person with the name “Satellite” had his finger bitten off by Fredrickson for a group of people managed to captivate him with duct tape until deputies arrived on the scene.

Fredrickson continued the attack, deputy Andrew Hayes by “the breaking of the skin by the deputy of the cloves,” said the police.

The 20-year-old was eventually taken into custody and remains in jail on $200,000 bail. He was charged with first-degree assault and fourth degree murder on a peace officer.

The injured man and woman were treated and later released.

Rainbow Gathering is an event when people gather in remote forests and is carried out by the Rainbow Family of Living Light. U. S. Forest Service said that the meeting consists of “a loose-knit group of people without leadership or organization which are located in the national forests to discuss political and environmental issues, pray for peace in the world and to celebrate life.”

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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