Skier Accused Of Attacking Officer After Learning Of Full Parking Lot
BRIGHTON, Utah – A skier is accused of attacking a police officer after he couldn’t get a parking spot at Brighton Ski Resort.
According to jail documents, 21-year-old Nathan Sheffield Harrison refused to stop his car and wouldn’t follow parking lot attendant and police orders when he arrived Saturday at approximately 10:15 a.m. to find the lot full.
Police said a scuffle ensued and the season ticket holder hit the officer, attempted to grab his gun and shoved his head into a snow bank.
Instead of hitting the slopes, Harrison found his way to a jail cell.
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