Man assaults employees of the Department of Motor Vehicles after being told to f**k offBy Mason White 5:08 PM November 29, 2015
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By: Wayne Morin
A man was arrested on a charge of assault after punching employees at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) because he was told to f**k off, police in California said.
Now, 29-year-old Jeremiah Lowery of San Francisco, has been convicted of assault in connection with the incident that unfolded at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
According to the police investigation, Lowery came to the DMV to get a photo identification card. When he reached the counter, an employee told him to f**k off.
Lowery, who needed the card for housing and a job, refused to move from the window.
He had already paid for the card, but the DMV sent him a letter, saying that the card cannot be issued because of missing information.
Lowery claimed that the employee picked up an electric stapler and tried to hit him with it. In response, he grabbed a computer monitor and tried to defend himself.
A security guard then grabbed Lowery, and tried to detain him.
In response, Lowery punched the security guard in the face.
Lowery was ordered to complete anger management classes.