Danbury Man Trashes City Library, Gets Arrested and Hospitalized
Libraries are quiet, reserved establishments. People typically feast upon the written word with their noses buried in textbooks quietly. That was not the case this past Tuesday, June 7, at the Danbury Public Library.
According to a press release from the Danbury Police Department, 32-year-old Danbury resident, Jeremy Small, was tased twice and arrested after Small allegedly overturned tables, threw books and chairs, pushed over a bookcase, and generally scared the bejeezus out of several elderly library patrons.
The 6'2", 300-pound Small has been charged with Criminal Mischief, Reckless Endangerment, Breach of Peace, and Interfering. Small was released on a Written promise to Appear in court on June 16, and was then taken to Danbury Hospital for evaluation. Hopefully for paper cuts, because they really hurt, and they suck.
Maybe Small finally accepted Darwin's Theory of Evolution, and was merely cementing his role in the Danbury Library eco-system. Most likely though, he had a really bad day, chose to take it out on poor, defenseless books, and got Tased twice for his efforts.