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Protester Unleashes A Swarm Of Bees On Sherriff’s Deputies!

A woman wanted to stop a court-ordered eviction and literally turned her protest into a “sting operation”.

This woman hooked up a flatbed trailer to the back of her SUV and drove to the sight where the eviction was taking place. On the trailer, there were four or five bee hives.

She parked her SUV and trailer in front of the home. The sheriffs were in the process of evicting a man from the home when this woman got out of her SUV and went to release the bees from the hives. The deputies quickly stepped in to try and stop her, but during the scuffle, the hives fell over and opened up. The bees immediately started attacking the deputies and several bystanders.

The woman then put on a beekeeper’s suit, rolled a box of bees from the trailer to the entryway of the home, and fully opened it to block the deputies.

Some of the deputies took cover in the 7,900-square-foot home. But two of the deputies bravely went after the woman, and took her down to the ground.

When they got her up and started walking her out to a squad car, one of the deputies told her that he and several of his fellow deputies were allergic to bees. The woman then said, “Oh, you’re allergic? Good!”

The woman was arrested and booked on four counts of assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, three counts of assault by means of a dangerous weapon, and on disorderly conduct. She was later released without bail.

“Never in all my years of leading the Hampden County Sheriff’s Civil Process Division have I seen something like this,” said Robert Hoffman. “I hope that these out-of-county protesters will reconsider using such extreme measures in the future because they will be charged and prosecuted.”