JPSO Deputy files grievance against suspect who put him in chokehold

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Marrero man put JPSO deputy in chokehold

A Marrero man who resisted arrest following a scuffle with a roommate put a Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Workplace deputy right into a chokehold, virtually inflicting the officer to black out, in accordance with authorities.

John Haaff, 29, was booked with second-diploma battery, battery of a police officer with damage and two counts of resisting police by pressure or violence, stated Lt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the division.

The deputy’s Michael S. Leyva and Brad Melanie Jr. have been dispatched to Haaff’s residence within the 1100 block of Francis Road in Marrero simply after 7 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 25) after the division acquired a report of a battle, Sheriff’s Workplace reviews stated.

The Two deputies arrived and tried to take Haaff into custody for allegedly hitting his roommate. However, Haaff slapped Deputy Leyva and punched the opposite within the face, the arrest report stated.

Haaff is then accused of placing Deputy Leyva in a chokehold, slicing off the officer’s airway. The deputy virtually misplaced consciousness, Rivarde stated.

Through the wrestle, the 2 first-responding deputies hit their emergency buttons, summoning assist. One other deputy acquired to the home and noticed his colleague Deputy Leyva in the headlock. The officer stated the deputy’s eyes have been half-closed, and he wasn’t positive whether or not the deputy was nonetheless respiration, in line with the report.



The newly-arrived deputy started hitting Haaff within the face to interrupt the maintain. As soon as Haaff let go, he continued to wrestle with the deputies. The officers used a Taser and ultimately took Haaff into custody.

The primary two deputies to answer the home have been taken to West Jefferson Hospital in Marrero the place they have been handled and launched, the arrest report stated.

Haaff was taken to College Medical Middle in New Orleans for remedy of his accidents. He was then booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Middle in Gretna.

Haaff was nonetheless being held there Monday in lieu of a $30,000 bond.

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