|Updated: 2/07 3:21 pm
||Published: 2/07 3:19 pm
A Jenks student faces charges for allegedly fighting and biting school security guards and police officers on Wednesday.
Jenks police arrested 18-year old Cody Brinkley on two counts of aggravated assault and battery against police, resisting arrest, obstructing an officer and assault and battery of a school employee.
According to the arrest report, a security guard called for police assistance at Jenks High School around 10:30 am. The guard told police he attempted to confiscate Brinkley’s cell phone, but Brinkley failed to comply and shoved the guard before running away.
The guard told police he then found Brinkley in the parking lot trying to get to into a car. The guard told police Brinkley was sweating and short of breath. The guard approached the car with his gun drawn, but holstered it when he realized Brinkley was not armed.
The report alleges Brinkley ignored verbal commands to step away from the car and began walking towards the guard. The guard then used pepper spray twice when he thought Brinkley was going to try and hit him, but told police that did not stop or deter him.
According to the report officers on scene used batons to hit Brinkley in the legs to stop him, but that also did not stop him and it took three officers to take him into custody and handcuff him.
One of the officers was later treated for a bite wound he received from Brinkley.