Shrewsbury officer bitten by suspect throughout seek for lacking jet skis on Lake Quinsigamond, police say

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A Millbury man allegedly attacked police with their very own taser and bit an officer throughout an early morning incident on a ship.

A ship utilized by Shrewsbury Police to patrol Lake Quinsigamond. Shrewsbury Police Division

A Millbury man allegedly bit a Shrewsbury police officer throughout an investigation into lacking jet skis on Lake Quinsigamond Sunday. 

At about 2:18 a.m., police obtained a name from a Worcester resident who reported that two jet skis had been stolen from his dock on the lake. The caller informed police he noticed a suspect in a ship someplace close to Norcross Level in Shrewsbury, and that the jet skis had been tied to the facet of the boat, Shrewsbury police stated in a Fb put up. 

Officers searched the lake in a police boat and got here throughout Lukasz Knutelski, 45, on a ship close to Bay View Drive and Canna Drive. 

As quickly as officers approached the boat, Knutelski started performing “erratically,” police stated. He allegedly yelled at them and ordered a canine onboard to assault the officers. One officer used his taser, however Knutelski was capable of acquire management of the machine throughout a battle after which attacked the officer with it, in line with police.

At one level, Knutelski allegedly grabbed an object and pointed it at officers, falsely stating that it was a gun. He additionally bit an officer through the incident, police stated. 

He was finally subdued and brought into custody on the boat. One officer was evaluated at UMass Memorial Medical Middle for accidents. 

Knutelski faces fees of driving a ship whereas intoxicated, making an attempt to disarm a police officer, aggravated assault, assault with a harmful weapon, assault and battery on a police officer, and resisting arrest. 

The Worcester Police Division is following up and investigating the report of the stolen jet skis.