Suspect Kicks Out Window Of Police Cruiser and Says he will “Fight and Kill Troopers” During drug Arrest
This article was published on: 05/17/17 4:43 AM by Mike Minarsky
On Tuesday at approximately 9:49 pm, members of the Troop D – Quality of Life Task Force conducted a traffic stop on a 2006 Ford F350 pick up failure to have plate lights. The traffic stop occurred on RT 12 just south of RT 6 in the Town of Killingly. During the traffic stop the operator, 28 year old John Biekert was sweating profusely and was highly agitated. Consent to search was denied by the operator and as a result K9 “Dutch”, a cross trained narcotic Dutch Shepherd, was utilized and alerted to the odor of narcotics coming from the car and the front seat. A search of the vehicle was conducted and crack cocaine, hydrocodone tablets, and a digital scale was found in the center console. At this time the operator was taken into custody and began to fight with troopers when he was being put into the cruiser for transport. During the transport back to the Troop D Danielson barracks Biekert kicked the front windshield and MVR of a trooper’s cruiser causing damage to both. When Biekert was brought downstairs at the Troop D Danielson barracks a large amount of “crack cocaine” fell from Biekert’s pant leg. Biekert was then was placed into the cell pending processing. When Troopers attempted to remove Biekert from the cell he became highly agitated and stated he was going to fight and kill troopers. As a result of the arrest, approximately 62 units of hydrocodone tablets, 17.5 grams of marijuana, 16.9 grams of “crack” cocaine and 366.00 dollars in US Currency was seized. Biekert was charged with Possession of Narcotics, Possession of Narcotics with intent to sell, Operating a Drug Factory, Failure to Keep Narcotic in Original Container, Criminal Mischief in the second degree and Interfering with a Police Officer. Biekert was held on a total of $110,000 dollar cash surety bond and is to appear in Danielson Superior Court on Wednesday.