Warrant Issued For Cardinals Fan For Groping, Harassing, & Assaulting Female Couple At Game (VIDEO)
During the week 17 matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks, there was an uproar in the stands between a Cardinals fan and several Seahawks fan.
The footage starts with the male Cardinals fan picking himself up off the ground, zeroing his eyes right on one particular Seahawks fan and throwing a vicious punch before another guy puts him in a choke hold and takes him to the ground.
That person turned out to be a woman who was there with her partner, and it went even deeper than just that assault and now a warrant has been issued for that Cardinals fan.
Via NBC Right Now:
A 34-year-old Tacoma man has been accused of harassing and assaulting a same-sex couple for their sexual orientation at a Seahawks football game.
SeattlePI.com reports Jay Dee Harp III was charged last week with assault and malicious harassment, which is Washington’s hate crime statute.
He posted bail, but a King County Superior Court judge has since increased his bail and issued a warrant for his arrest.
Police say Harp harassed two women at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Dec. 30, making comments that included anti-gay slurs.
Police say when Harp returned to their section with a beer he grabbed the breast of one of the women and threw his beer on her.
Her wife and others intervened but police say Harp then punched that woman in the face.
Harp reportedly got so out of control that cops had to use a tazer on him during his arrest.
Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for tips to locate him.