Randall Ray Worcester: 5 quick facts you need to know


Randall Ray Worcester

Randall Ray Worcester has been identified in prison records as the man seen in a viral raspberry police video in Crawford County, Arkansas.

Viral video shows what appears to be three law enforcement officers striking at Worcester in a use of force incident in Crawford County, Arkansas.

The video includes the Deputy Sheriffs of Crawford County and the Mulberry City Police Officer. You can see it later in this article, but be aware that it’s really graphic. The video got millions of views online.

Randall Ray Worcester, 27, of Goose Creek South Carolina, is the man in the video, According to prison records.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. Sheriff Wooster, who wrote on Facebook that he once controlled the “East Side of Vegas”, is accused of attacking MPs first

Whether the officers were justified in the use of force will be determined through an Arkansas State Police investigation.

However, the Crawford County Sheriff says Worcester attacked the deputies first, pushing an officer to the ground and punching him in the head, According to THV11.

The State Police investigation will review procedures for the officers’ use of force. The three officers who appeared in the video have not been identified.

on FacebookWorcester wrote that he is from Las Vegas, Nevada, but lives in South Carolina. He mostly shared music videos and selfies, including pictures of his tattoos. He has previous addresses in Oklahoma, according to court records.

in April, he remembered About graffiti in Nevada:

ABC is officially a band again. The main boss is currently busy playing professional baseball. Bryce Harper created the group during our childhood on the East Side of Las Vegas, Nevada. It stands for Alpha Bet Crew. He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated when he was 16, while I was 14 painting graffiti and dominating the East Side of Vegas. I’m preparing to work with ABC to try to gain more control over the southern states where our chickasaw ancestors fought from coast to coast. We are both looking for a global power and also to become the greatest in American history. RIP SPEAKER KNOCKERZ is my friend from high school years. Free War Machine is my friend from East Vegas. A big thank you to everyone who participated in the amazing events hosted by LAS VEGAS! Big transfers to the railroad painters who represent our culture and we are the best artist on earth in the USA! United States of America! United States of America! This was a mandatory procedure and a very dangerous operation, but now tell me he is a real and beautiful baby, we take care of him for strength!

2. Worcester faces a string of criminal charges

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Worcester was imprisoned. According to Crawford County Jail records, he is being held on these charges: second-degree battery, first-degree assault, resisting arrest, possession of the instrument of crime, criminal trespass, second-degree criminal mischief, terrorist threat in the first degree, and second-degree assault.

He is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 145 pounds, according to prison records. Prison records said he was being held on $15,000 bail. He was booked into prison on the afternoon of August 21, 2022.

The accident occurred at the Kountry Xpress in Mulberry, Arkansas. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson threw his weight on Twitter when the video went viral.

“I have spoken with Colonel Bill Bryant of the Arkansas State Police and the Crawford County local arrest incident will be investigated based on video evidence and a request by the prosecution attorney,” he wrote.

3. Sheriff says, “I hold all my employees accountable”

Crawford County Police Department wrote on facebookReferring to the video circulating on social media featuring Crawford County Representatives, we have requested that the Arkansas State Police conduct the investigation and the Representatives have been suspended pending the outcome of the investigation. I hold all of my employees responsible for their actions and will take appropriate action in the matter.

According to USA Todaypolice charge Wooster with “making threats to a convenience store employee in Mulberry, Arkansas, Sunday morning” on August 21, 2022. He was taken to hospital but subsequently booked into prison, USA Today reported.

4. Worcester accused of spitting on convenience store manager

According to TVH11Worcester is accused of spitting on a store manager before threatening to “cut his face”.

5. Arkansas State Police are investigating the incident, says Mulberry Police

Mulberry City Limits wrote on Facebook,

The Mulberry City Police Department has learned of the video circulating on social media of one of our officers. Arkansas State Police have been asked to investigate the incident. The officer is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. The City of Mulberry and the Mulberry Police Department take these investigations very seriously and hold all of their officers responsible for their actions. We will take appropriate action at the conclusion of the investigation.

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