UNITED STATES−A person has been arrested after allegedly slapping a juvenile sporting a Make America Nice Once more after exiting a polling station in New Hampshire on Tuesday, February 11.
Patrick Bradley, 34, entered a Trump tent outdoors Windham Excessive College on the Granite, New Hampshire primaries and slapped 15-year-old Nate Campbell. The teenager advised Bradley to, “have a pleasant evening,” simply earlier than he was slapped.
The teenager’s mother, Cathy Campbell advised Fox Information, “My son is probably the most patriotic child you’d ever meet in your life.”
Bradley has a legal document and was seen throwing Trump indicators in a tangent and making an attempt to tip the tent. Adults later indicated they had been additionally hit by Bradley who was arrested on Thursday, February 13, on three counts of easy assault and disorderly conduct costs. He’s being held on a $5,000 money bail and an administration maintain as a consequence of a probation violation.
Bradley is a twice-convicted felon the place his social media web page reads: “Any person just lately stated that Antifa was a terrorist group due to their protests at Berkeley once they set issues on fireplace. So what does that make sports activities followers?”
Maine State Police information point out that they searched Bradley’s automotive on January 13, 2017 and found 7.7 kilos of vacuum sealed baggage of marijuana in his automotive leading to a felony drug trafficking cost.
TMZ footage reveals the presence of President Trump, First Woman Melania, Ivanka Trump, her husband Jared Kushner and baby. Picture protection reveals Donald Trump Jr. was additionally on the polling station.
President Trump may be seen contributing to a baby’s bake sale, whereas ballot employees instructed the household on New Hampshire’s voting course of as they solid their votes. The President was within the space and met the teenager simply earlier than he was assaulted.
Canyon Information reached out to Windham County Police Division for an announcement, however haven’t heard again in time for print.