Inmate accused of throwing cup of urine at Wis. corrections officer
COs were distributing medication when an inmate allegedly threw a cup of fluid at an officer, striking him in the face
The Journal Times
RACINE, Wis. — An inmate at the Racine County Jail has been accused of throwing a cup of urine at a corrections officer.
Mohammad T. Alnabulsi, 38, of Middletown, Connecticut, was charged with a felony count of assault by prisoners.
According to a criminal complaint, on Sunday, corrections officers were distributing medication at the Racine County Jail when Alnabulsi allegedly threw a cup of fluid at an officer, striking him in the face.
Alnabulsi then allegedly yelled "that was my —, good luck!"
The officer reported that he could smell the odor of urine. He used an eye wash and was medically cleared at the hospital.
Alnabulsi was given a $500 cash bond in Racine County Circuit Court on Monday. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 8 at the Racine County Law Enforcement Center, online court records show.
(c)2023 The Journal Times, Racine, Wisc.
Visit The Journal Times, Racine, Wisc. at www.journaltimes.com
Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.