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Student remains in custody upon arrest in Orlando

Capitol Police officer assaulted by the arrest

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Student remains in custody upon arrest

ORLANDO, FLORIDA-According to the judge, 21-year-old Grady Owens will stay in custody.

The Full Sail University student is confronting three lawful offense allegations and one misdeed including attacking an official and vicious section and muddled lead on Capitol grounds.

Government examiners said pictures from a report show Owens holding a black skateboard. According to news, the student had used the Skateboard which was in hand to assault the officer. The appointed authority said at the hearing on Friday that Owens struck the official so brutally, it caused a blackout.

Owens went under the watchful eye of the judge at the United States Court House in Orange County, where his distant uncle and auntie from Longwood were both in participation.

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His distant uncle, David Green, affirmed, considering Owens a decent individual.

The protection requested that the appointed authority thinks about Green as a proper outsider caretaker, in any case, the judge stated that Owens will stay in care.

It was additionally referenced in court by the appointed authority that Owens’ dad purchased boarding passes for both of them and the two of them flew from Texas to Washington, D.C.

The prosecution said both entered the limited territory of the Capitol.

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Written by Jennica Mira

Jennica Mira is the senior reporter of Orlando Solution. She finished her Bachelor in Communication from the University of Central Florida and currently residing in Orlando. In leisure, she likes to read poetry and contemporary articles.

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