A woman has revealed the horrible injuries she received after being brutally beaten while working at a police dispatcher.
Barbara King, of Mississippi, was the only dispatcher who was on duty Wednesday when Stacy Clark entered the Clarksdale Police Department building and applied for property that had been left there.
Then he attacked her for no reason, leaving her with a bleeding brain, a broken arm and a bruised face.
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Mississippi police dispatcher Barbara King is recovering from a brutal beating while on duty
King was the only dispatcher in the building on Wednesday morning when she was hit
Stacy Clark entered the apartment asking for property that had been left and then lost her temper unleashing the assault
Clark accused the dispatcher of lying to him. King tried to communicate with another officer, but everyone was on patrol. Clark then began to hit King, hitting her several times in the face.
Clark has accused of aggravated assault. No bail was granted at a hearing on Thursday, and the case was linked to the grand jury.
Police say King tried to reach the officers, but they were all on patrol at the time of the attack. Fortunately, she had the strength to dispatch officers to help her.
"He tried to get away from him by going outside," said Police Chief Sandra Williams, but she could not escape him.
King was hit so badly that it resulted in serious injuries, including bleeding in the brain
King's arm also broke in the attack that was totally unprovoked
Williams says the department now has security measures, but he did not say how Clark entered the police department when the doors were closed.
The assault was relentless and Clark continued to hit King until the agents finally arrived and took him out of it.
King also suffered several fractures in the face and has already undergone the first of several facial surgeries.
King also suffered several fractures in the face and had his first facial surgery on Tuesday
It is unclear if Clark has a lawyer. This case is being investigated by the Clarksdale Police Department.
Meanwhile, some people online have expressed their frustration about how King's case has been handled.
"You have to do something in a town where a person can enter the street and do this to a POLICE officer! & # 39; wrote Ann Brasher Garner.
"Neither the mayor of Clarksdale nor the chief of police have contacted the family of Barbara King, this family needs justice and this is not one of the times we need to let them wash under the carpet, as has happened in Clarksdale. Mississippi before!
Stacy Clark entered the building and asked for property that had been left there. Police say that Barbara King tried to contact the officers, but they were all on patrol.