A Georgia man was charged this week after he allegedly brought paperwork laced with a drug-like substance to a Smyrna police station, poisoning two officers.
Little Gaston Stone was charged with two counts of aggravated assault of an officer after he was linked to the February 6 incident.
The two poisoned officers reported feeling “extreme fatigue, chest pain, chest tightness, dizziness and difficulty in breathing” and needed hospitalization.
The 51-year-old suspect’s visit to the police headquarters was recorded on a tablet device.
He then talked about Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and handed the paperwork meant for Police Chief Keith Zgnoc to the two officers.
“The Officers took possession of two pieces of paper, and Mr. Stone quickly exited the building before walking North on Atlanta Road,” police said.
“Approximately five minutes later, both Officers began to experience respiratory distress and extreme fatigue. They were both transported to the hospital, where they remain with ongoing symptoms.”
“The FBI has taken custody of the letter presented by Mr. Stone for additional testing.”