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Custodian arrested for attempted battery by bodily waste

July 24, 2009
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LAS VEGAS — A custodian at the Clark County Government Building was arrested earlier this week for allegedly urinating on a court clerk’s chair on several occasions, according to the News and Tribune.
Stephen Thompson is charged with two counts of attempted battery by bodily waste, a class D felony that carries a possible sentence of six months to three years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine, the story stated.
According to the story, surveillance cameras were setup to catch the perpetrator responsible for the wet chair that Adrianne Fuller, an employee with Clark County Circuit Court, came to work to discover five separate times in nine weeks.
According to Clark County Chief Deputy Prosecutor Jeremy Mull, each time the substance has been found, that chair has been turned over to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for analysis.
Thompson, who was placed on suspension without pay pending the conclusion of the case, was seen on video purposely urinating on Fuller''s chair, the story noted.
Mull said: "I have never encountered a case similar to this one. It is very much out of the ordinary to have someone urinating on someone else''s chair."
Thompson was charged with a felony, rather than a misdemeanor, because the alleged victim is considered to be a correctional officer, the story added.
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