Maryland Officer: FedEx Driver Threw Bag Of Urine At Cop's Car

A police officer posted a picture on social media of a bag of urine that had been thrown at a police car in Maryland.

Montgomery County, MD – A police officer posted to social media that a FedEx delivery truck driver threw a bag full of urine at a parked Montgomery County police car on Saturday.

Montgomery County Police Officer Petr Speight posted a picture of the police car and the partial clear plastic bag of urine on his Facebook page just after 5 p.m. on Saturday.

Officer Speight reported that a coworker told him that a FedEx delivery truck pulled up in front of their house, the driver got out and went to the back, and took something out.

He said the driver threw the item at the police car parked in front of the Montgomery County police officer’s house.

“They go outside shortly after driver pulls off and sees that FedEx guy threw a bag of urine at the cruiser!!” Officer Speight posted on Feb. 10.

He said the officer attempted to contact FedEx, but the offices were already closed. They would be following up on Monday, he said.

UPDATE: FedEx has responded to the incident. A spokesperson for the company said, “We are appalled by this highly inappropriate behavior. We have conducted an investigation, spoken with the officers involved, and determined this act was not targeted toward law enforcement. This matter has been addressed appropriately with the involved contracted service provider.”

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bronx163
bronx163

War in Police.
Time to release the dogs.

BruthaV
BruthaV

Was the FedEx driver one of Obama's sons or Eric Holder's "people"? I'm guessing he was.

Betts1221
Betts1221

Why didn't the officer go after him?

Onreesgal
Onreesgal

when i worked in the prisons, to be spit on or have any bodily fluid splashed on another was considered a felony as it is potentially dangerous. whoever did this is a full blown bonafide idiot! he/she needs bitch slapped HARD

EMarie
EMarie

Well if that's the way FedEx feels...they needn't worry about my business...