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A man named Beezow Doo-doo Zopittybop-bop-bop has been arrested again.

The man whose name change made headlines in recent years is now behind bars for an alleged attack on police at Evergreen State College in Washington state.

The 34-year-old faces two counts of assault, harassment and mischief. Police say he got into a physical altercation with an officer after he was spotted tearing down fliers outside the library.

During the struggle, he allegedly bit the officer, reached for his gun and then struck him with his own handcuff case. He was tasered twice, but still managed to flee. 

The Olympian reported:

A Thurston County Sheriff’s Office deputy saw the suspect running along Evergreen Parkway and chased him into a wooded area. At one point, the suspect threw a rock at the deputy. The deputy used his taser on the suspect, who broke the electrical lines and kept running.

The suspect again threw rocks at the officer, striking him at least once. The deputy caught up to the suspect and struck him several times with a metal baton. The deputy noted that the baton strikes didn’t have much of an effect on the suspect, who was able to grab a brick and throw it at the deputy before running off into the woods again.

One of the officers was treated for a laceration on his head after the arrest.

Zopittybop-bop-bop's previous name was Jeffrey Drew Wilschke.

He made headlines in 2012 for his unusual name following an arrest in Wisconsin on marijuana and weapons charges. He was arrested again in Iowa in 2013.

Police listed Zopittybop-bop-bop as homeless and said it's unclear whether drugs played a role in the incident. His bail was set at $50,000.


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