WATERVILLE (AP) — A man police had to use a stun gun on when he refused to leave a central Maine high school is in more trouble for allegedly assaulting two workers at a hospital where he was taken after the Taser incident.
Ronald Brousseau was taken to MaineGeneral Medical Center’s Thayer campus in Waterville after his arrest at Fairfield’s Lawrence High School on Wednesday morning.
Police told the Morning Sentinel that officers responded to the hospital Wednesday evening for reports of an assault. The 48-year-old Brousseau had been subdued by hospital staff by the time police arrived.
Police said when released, Brousseau will be charged with assault on an emergency medical care worker and simple assault.
Brousseau was charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest for the incident at the school.