After last evenings story that Assemblyman Steven Brooks was the first in history to be expelled from the capitol floor, he’s in more trouble.
Brooks, 41 was an Assemblyman for North Las Vegas. He had been twice arrested in Nevada, and forced to seek psychological care. In addition he was denied the purchase of a high-powered rifle in Sparks.
Fellow lawmakers made the decision for the safety of his fellow Assemblymen.
After his expulsion, he made a 45 second phone call to the Las Vegas Sun, in which he made various threats. He then slammed down the receiver.
Around 7:00 last evening he was once again arrested near Barstow, California.
It happened on I-15 near Stoddard Wells. His charges include resisting arrest and throwing objects.
Records show Brooks was taken to a San Bernardino County jail in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., on $100,000 bail.
Columnist-The Guardian Express