Man Who Scaled White House Fence Earlier This Year Killed By Police For Doing This…

Man Who Scaled White House Fence Earlier This Year Killed By Police For Doing This...

The same Pennsylvania man who jumped the White House fence in March was shot and killed at a suburban Philadelphia courthouse after attacking one of its guards.

ABC 6 News reports that Curtis Smith, 34, charged right through the entrance security checkpoint at the Chester County Courthouse just before noon. Witness Reiley Aikman recounted that the crazed, knife-wielding man yelled: “I’m gonna get ya, I’m gonna get ya.” And shortly thereafter: “I hear ‘POP, POP.’ And it was the sheriff shooting him.”

The assailant died from the gunshot wounds he received. The deputy attacked by Smith was being treated for injuries to his arm and hand. There were no other injuries reported during the incident.

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District Attorney Tom Hogan stated: “In Chester County, we have trained intensively to deal with the threat of an attacker in the Justice Center or any other public building. Today, that training paid off. The armed attacker was immediately neutralized by the Sheriff’s Deputies. Law enforcement responded to make sure that all of the citizens, judges, and court staff were safe. This was a model response to a violent incident.”

On March 1 of this year, Smith jumped the White House fence. The Secret Service apprehended and chose not to press charges on the stipulation that he stayed out of trouble.

However, he faced burglary, assault and harassment charges stemming from a domestic assault incident in May. His next court date was scheduled for October.

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