ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- St. Augustine Police arrested a man Saturday after residents of a home found him naked on their roof in a violent rampage, First Coast News reports.
Officers responded to the scene on Palmetto Avenue a little before 4:30 a.m. to find two men restraining Jeremiah Aaron Haughee, 22, in a puddle of urine and glass, according to the report.
During the fight, Haughee jumped from the roof and bit the homeowner in the stomach, according to First Coast News.
The report states, "the bite was so severe, it will leave the man permanently disfigured."
According to a Daily Mail report, officers called for backup to put leg shackles on Haughee. They used a spit hood, handcuffs and a stun gun, but Haughee reportedly continued to fight.
Haughee then moved the handcuffs from behind his back to in front of him, all while kicking one of the police officers, First Coast News reports.
After using a stun gun on Haughee five times, he was taken to Flagler Hospital and given Ketamine, according to the Daily Mail .
Haughee was booked into the St. Johns County Jail on five counts of battery - three against a police officer, First Coast News reports.
The homeowners told police they woke up to Haughee destroying their garden furniture and did not know him. He jumped from their roof onto their truck and dented its hood, leaving $1,500 worth of damage, the Daily Mail reports.
According to First Coast News , because there is no statute for being under the influence of illegal drugs, Haughee is not being tested to see if he was under the influence of any substances.
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