Spring Hill Man Accused of Fighting Deputies While Holding Baby
The mother grabbed the child while he continued to bite, punch and kick law officers, Pasco deputies said.
SPRING HILL – Pasco sheriff’s deputies arrested a Spring Hill man they said attacked them while holding a 2-month-old infant.
Kory Edward Sessions, 30, of Spring Hill, was charged with misuse of 911, child neglect, resisting a deputy with violence, and battery on a law enforcement officer.
Pasco County sheriff’s deputies said they answered an “unverified” call to 911 about 4:09 a.m. Tuesday (March 5). When they arrived at the home in Spring Hill, they said they spoke with Sessions who appeared to be on some type of drug.
While talking with him, Session dialed 911. Deputies said they asked him what they could do to help, but he did not answer. Deputies said they told him to hang up and warned him that, if he dialed 911 again, he would be arrested and charged with misuse of the 911 system. He called 911 five more times.
As deputies started to arrest him, they said, Sessions grabbed the infant and tried to run out of the house. He was stopped, but began to fight deputies with the baby in his hands. Deputies said the mother grabbed the child while Sessions continued fighting them.
Sessions bit, kicked, and punched multiple deputies during the struggle and refused to obey their commands. Two deputies were injured while they were subduing Sessions. No information was available on the deputies’ condition.
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