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Published on Dec 21, 2016
Grand Rapids, Michigan - A Las Vegas-based FBI special agent who allegedly shot at a Grand Rapids police sergeant repeatedly apologized as he was arrested at gunpoint.

His attorney, Larry Willey, says Hernandez, 35, suffered a paranoia attack, possibly fueled by alcohol, early Dec. 6 inside Planet Fitness, 3681 28th St. SE.

Hernandez was in Grand Rapids on an investigation and expected to fly out the next day. He is an eight-year FBI special agent.

He is facing charges of assault with intent to commit great bodily harm, a 10-year felony, and assault with a dangerous weapon, a four-year felony.







 

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Alcohol-based paranoia attacks...
That simply makes it sound more like a medical condition, therefore making it easier to defend in court. After all, they can't POSSIBLY say, "Members of the jury, he just got drunk & started shooting". :nono:
 

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That simply makes it sound more like a medical condition, therefore making it easier to defend in court. After all, they can't POSSIBLY say, "Members of the jury, he just got drunk & started shooting". :nono:
When it's fourth and twenty-five from your own two...
 

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The really insane part is after the investigation they will most likely find a slew of people telling them they knew something was off. Perhaps even a some disciplinary counselling. Others saying they are not suprised.

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