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Vermont father accused of swinging excavator at troopers as they arrested his son

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A Vermont man was arrested for allegedly swinging the bucket of an excavator at state troopers as they tried using to arrest his son on assault and theft expenses, police stated. 

Wayne Tallman, 52, was billed with aggravated assault on a safeguarded formal, resisting arrest, impeding, and reckless endangerment. 

Dashcam footage of the incident exhibits troopers trying to arrest his son, Brandon Tallman, in the northern Vermont town of Hardwick. 

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As troopers struggled with Brandon, Wayne allegedly hopped into an excavator and begun swinging the bucket at the officers. 

“Hey! Turn it off! Switch it off!” the troopers could be heard screaming at the elder Tallman. 

Officers could be read on dashcam footage yelling at Wayne Tallman to convert the excavator off. 
(Vermont Point out Police)

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Wayne’s wife, Amy Tallman, was also cited for impeding an officer. 

“It could have been, ‘Sir, flip about, place your arms close to your back, you’re less than arrest for an assault,’ and they would have driven away,” Vermont State Police Captain Matt Daley told WCAX. “They really do not have a scenario at the academy in which we apply this just one.”

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