Skip to comments.Police: Conn. woman bitten after 'bite me' remark
Posted on 05/27/2009 4:45:43 PM PDT by SmithL
Meriden, Conn. (AP) -- An instructor at the Connecticut Police Academy has been charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly responded literally to a co-worker's "bite me" remark. Francis Woodruff, a former Waterbury police captain, was arraigned Tuesday and released on a promise to appear in court.
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A picture could help determine guilt.
Well, at least she didn’t say ‘just suck it”..
Who created the photoshop picture?
Not a ping.
MERIDEN - A former police captain accused of biting a woman in the arm has resigned from his job as training coordinator at the Meriden Police Department, a police spokesman said.
Francis Woodruff, 51, left the department on May 8 after an employee at the Police Officer and Standards Training Council said he bit her arm on April 24, leaving teeth marks and bruising, officials said.
Woodruff was assigned to work part time with POST through his job with Meriden police, but he is no longer allowed on the property, said Chief Thomas Flaherty, executive Director at POST.
Woodruff, a retired Waterbury police captain, told state police that he was "horsing around" and only pretended to bite Rochelle Wyler, a license and applications analyst, according to an arrest affidavit.
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