Law Enforcement Met A Foul Smelling "Satan"
Christopher Reed looked at a St. Lucie County Sheriff's deputy with a "death stare." "I am the devil and I will kill you," Reed is quoted as saying in a recently released arrest affidavit. Reed, 43, gave the deadly look and said he was Satan March 7 after the deputy asked whether he felt OK -- responses that could suggest he wasn't feeling OK. A deputy went to the 5600 block of Angle Road after an apparent report of a man on the side of the road. The deputy found a man later identified as Reed on a canal bank. "As I got closer, I could smell a strong foul odor coming from the subject," the affidavit states. Reed was staring at a tree line and talking to himself."He was mumbling something about the devil and the end of times and '6 6 6,'" the affidavit states. Reed's hands shook and his fingers moved like he was typing. The deputy introduced herself and asked Reed if he was feeling OK. That's when Reed gave the "death stare," said he was the devil, threatened to kill the deputy and ranted and screamed. He raised his voice and kept screaming about killing the deputy, who requested more units. During an apparent confrontation, Reed got struck by deputies and wound up pulling at least one deputy in a canal. Reed, listed as homeless, was arrested on two counts of simple assault on a law enforcement officer and single counts each of battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting with violence.