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Woman Faces Multiple Assault Charges After Unleashing A Swarm Of Bees On Cops While They Attempt To Serve Her Eviction Notice

Woman Faces Multiple Assault Charges After Unleashing A Swarm Of Bees On Cops While They Attempt To Serve Her Eviction Notice

A Hadley woman faces multiple assault charges after allegedly unleashing a swarm of bees onto Hampden County Sheriff’s Department deputies attempting to serve an eviction notice in Longmeadow.

Rorie S. Woods had more than one bee in her bonnet when she rolled into the driveway of 49 Memery Lane on the morning of Oct. 12, according to court records. Instead of a standard eviction notice, deputies found themselves targets of a sting operation.

“During this time, the officers secured the premises and waited for Mr. King to return, as we were told that he was at court trying to delay the eviction,” reads a report authored by deputy sheriff Daniel H. Soto.

Minutes later an SUV towing a trailer pulled into the driveway, and a woman emerged from the driver’s seat, according to Soto’s report.

“At that time a female later identified as Rorie Susan Woods exited her vehicle and went to the back of the trailer and started shaking bee hives to let the bees out,” the report states. “Deputy Michael Joslyn attempted to stop Woods who successfully freed one of the hives by breaking the cover…causing hundreds of bees to swarm around. Deputy Joslyn was stung in the face and had to retreat.”

Woods, 55, then donned a beekeeper’s suit and began liberating more angry bees, Soto reported. She rolled three more large hives off the trailer and carted them to the entryway of the home, situated on a stately cul-de-sac.

“Officers at this time attempted to stop Woods but were attacked by the bees,” Soto’s report reads. several Sheriff’s Department employees were stung, including three who are allergic to bee stings Woods attempted to resist arrest but was eventually taken to the ground and handcuffed by deputies, with a large group of protesters clamoring for her not to be arrested, the report states.

“While Woods was being escorted to the cruiser, (another deputy) advised Woods that he and several officers were allergic to bees,” the narrative says. Woods’ response, according to the report: “Oh, you’re allergic? Good.”

Some officials fled into the 10,000-square-foot home to escape the swarm, the report added.

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