Massachusetts Sheriff Freed Bees in Attack on Agents

A representative assigned to enforce evictions in western Massachusetts said he was attacked by a woman armed with a swarm of bees. Hampden County Sheriff Nicholas Cocchi said in a statement that deputies were enforcing an eviction on October 12 at 9:15 am when the blue Nissan Xterra was built at 49 Memery Lane in Longmeadow. The SUV was driven by Hadley’s Rory Susan Woods, 55, sheriff said. Woods was towing a manufactured beehive behind an SUV. Photos provided by the sheriff’s office show Woods struggling with his agent. Her sheriff’s agent tried to stop her, but when her bee came up and hovered around her, he retreated,” the sheriff wrote. “Then she broke the lid and turned the hive off the flatbed, making the bees extremely aggressive. They swarmed the area and shot several police officers and other innocent bystanders nearby.” Woods wore a beekeeper’s suit Carried a bee tower. She went to the front door of the house to further agitate the bees, Cocchi said. The sheriff said this was an attempt to halt the eviction process. Photos provided by the sheriff’s office show Woods was still wearing beekeeper’s clothes when she was eventually arrested. In a statement provided by his office, Cocchi said, “The woman who traveled here had several staff members at the site allergic to bees that put her life at risk.” “One of our staff members went to the hospital and, if we’re lucky, they’ll face murder charges. I support the rights of those who protest peacefully, but I promise you when you cross the line and endanger staff and the public. do.” Woods faces four counts of assault and beating with a dangerous weapon, three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon and one count of disorderly conduct. She was reserved for the Western Mass. The local women’s correctional facility Zillow shows her home at 49 Memery Ln. It is 9,563 square feet with 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. Estimated value is $15.15 million. “When it comes to evictions, we’re always ready to protest, but the majority of protesting groups understand that we’re fulfilling our legal obligations under state law,” Cocchi said. “And they appreciate how much more we do to help displaced people with everything they need, from food and shelter to long-term housing, employment, and treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.” LONGMEADOW, Mass. — Assigned Agent A blue Nissan Xterra, Hampden was erected at 49 Memery Lane in Longmeadow at 9:15 a.m. on October 12, after eviction enforcement in western Massachusetts was attacked by a woman armed with a swarm of bees. County Sheriff Nicholas Cocchi said the SUV was driven by Hadley’s Rorie Susan Woods, 55, in a statement. Woods was towing a manufactured beehive behind her own SUV. Photo Courtesy: Sheriff’s Office Shaw Woods Hampden County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff Woods said in her statement, “Her sheriff’s agent tried to stop her, but withdrew her back as her horny bees came out and hovered around her.” said in a statement. She and she turned the hive out of reputation, making the bees extremely aggressive. They swept the area and shot several police officers and other innocent bystanders nearby,” said Woods, dressed as a beekeeper and carrying the bee tower to the front door of the house, where she tried to further agitate the bees, Sheriff Cocchi said. Photos provided by the sheriff’s office said Woods was still wearing a beekeeper’s outfit until he was eventually arrested. “I am allergic to bees,” Cocchi said in a statement provided by his office. A staff member was taken to the hospital and luckily he was either unharmed or she would be charged with manslaughter. I support the rights of those who protest peacefully, but I promise to arrest you if you cross the line and endanger my employees and the public.” Woods said Assault on one count of disorderly conduct She was charged with a western Massachusetts area women’s correctional facility Hampden County Sheriff’s Office Zillow lists her home at 49 Memery Ln. at 9,563 square feet with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.Estimated value is $1515,000. “We are prepared to protest about evictions, but the majority of protesting groups understand that we are fulfilling our legal obligations under state law,” Cocchi said. We continue to work to help displaced people with everything they need, from temporary housing, long-term housing, employment, to treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.”

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