A man who was upset about an officer-involved shooting intentionally crashed his truck into the side of the studios for FOX 4 in Dallas early Wednesday before jumping out of the vehicle and started “ranting” before he was arrested, officials said.
In a Twitter post, FOX 4 said that after crashing the vehicle in the building, the man got out and “started ranting.”
Dallas police investigated for several hours to make sure nothing was in a bag left outside, the station reported. No injuries were reported as a result of the incident, which took place just before 7 a.m. ET.
Dallas Police Public Information Officer Debra Webb said that officers made contact with the suspect and took the man into custody “without incident.”
The suspect, identified as 34-year-old Michael Chadwick Fry, was described as being an “agitated mental state,” will face charges for criminal mischief. Fry was previously arrested in 2016 in Denton County, located outside of Dallas. He was also arrested in Dallas County in 2011, according to FOX 4.
“It’s just concerning to matter what the building is or who is outside,” Webb said, responding to a question if the man was targeting a media organization. “We’re really lucky today no one was injured.”
Webb said that Fry appeared to be upset about an officer-involved shooting elsewhere and left numerous flyers that were “mostly rambling.”
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