Carl Tice was guilty of gassing an employee of a jail after throwing semen at a Riverside County therapist, the Court of Appeal ruled March 14.
The appellate ruling establishes that county employees are considered employees of a jail when interpreting the meaning of Penal Code Section 243.9.
The law establishes that gassing, which includes throwing human excrement or bodily fluids, at a detention facility employee counts as aggravated battery and is publishable by two to four years.
Tice was charged with three counts of battery and one count of battery on a detention facility employee by gassing under Section 243.9. He challenged the last