Court hears a horror ice story

25-04-2020 by admin

MAGISTRATE Erin Kennedy called it insanity.

Ice user Nathan James Murphy called it psychotic.

They weretalking aboutwhat 27-year-old Murphy did after he turned up at a friend’s house under the influence of the drug ice and then smoked cannabiswith her.

Murphy’s January 6 meltdown was revealed in Wagga Local Court on Monday when he appeared for sentencing after pleading guilty to two counts of assaulting police and one count each of resisting police and maliciously damaging property.

The incidentstarted with Murphy sitting on the woman’s washing machine and tapping loudly after they smoked a cone of cannabis.

Asked to stop, Murphy just tapped louder while staring at the woman.

Then Murphy shut himself inside the laundry and made whimpering noises.

The woman was able to open the door to see Murphy.

“The accused was throwing his arms around and kicking his feet into the wall of the laundry, causing a large hole,” said police facts tendered to the court.

The woman held Murphy to the ground for about 20 minutes.

Neighbours who were alarmed at the screaming they heard called police.

When an officer went to handcuff Murphy, he turned around suddenly and screamed “taser me, taser me” then tried taketheofficer’s taser.

The officer was forced to hit Murphy in the head up to 10 times with his forearm to try to make him release his grip on the holstered taser.

A second officer sprayed Murphy in the face with capsicum spray, and that subdued him.

But then Murphy spat on one of the officersand they were forced to carry him to the police caged vehicle.

At the police station, Murphy spat on another police officer.“The accused made a guttural sound with his throat before suddenly spitting at (the officer), striking him in the chest,” the police facts said.

In court, Murphy, of The Rock, said he had learned his lesson.

Ms Kennedy told Murphy he must be appalled when he read the police facts and told him he should read them wheneverhe was tempted to buy illegal drugs.

“Because that is the person you become on drugs,” Ms Kennedy said.

In placing Murphy on a supervised18-month good behaviour bond, Ms Kennedy said spitting on police would not be tolerated.Murphy must accept drug counselling while on the bond.

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