Battery on a Police Officer at Ventura County Medical Center

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release

On June 6th 4:14 PM, at the officer assigned to work inside of the emergency room at the Ventura County Medical Center was contacted by hospital security and told that a subject, later identified as 30 year old Ventura resident, Van Null, was disturbing and refusing to leave the front lobby. When the officer contacted Null and asked him to leave, Null immediately took a fighting stance and tried to punch the officer.

The officer attempted to take Null into custody, but he began to violently resist the officer. Additional officers who were inside of the ER, along with an ER staff member, went to assist the officer and after a brief struggle, Null was taken into custody.

After being handcuffed, Null spit on one of the officers.

Null was arrested and later booked into the Ventura County Jail for felony resisting arrest and misdemeanor battery on a police officer.

No officers were injured as a result of this incident.

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One Response to Battery on a Police Officer at Ventura County Medical Center

  1. William Hicks July 7, 2017 at 10:30 am

    In a real world it would have been FELONY BATTERY.


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