Two Lancaster jail guards suffered damaged bones in an assault by a killer inmate earlier than different guards used batons to finish the mayhem, authorities reported Monday.
The inmate was serving time on the Lancaster jail for manslaughter and tried homicide in San Diego County.
Calvin Glass, 20, “turned aggressive towards (a) correctional officer” about eleven a.m. Sunday at California State Jail-Los Angeles County, in response to the California Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
“The officer ordered Glass to undergo handcuffs, however the inmate didn’t comply and attacked the officer,” in accordance with a CDCR assertion. “He grabbed the officer round his torso and threw him to the ground, however the officer managed to get onto his ft and utilized his baton to quell the assault.”
Different officers responded and subdued Glass, who was positioned in handcuffs. He was not injured.
The officer who was initially attacked was transported to an outdoor hospital for remedy of a fractured elbow, based on the CDCR. A responding officer was additionally handled at an outdoor hospital for a fractured wrist.
“Each officers are recovering at house and anticipated to make full recoveries,” the assertion stated.
Glass was despatched to the jail final June from San Diego County to serve a 21-yr sentence for voluntary manslaughter and tried second-diploma homicide, CDCR officers stated.
—Metropolis Information Service
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