Dashcam footage of man from ‘Planet Zoltron’ attacking patrol car (VIDEO)

A Michigan man armed with a metal pipe and claiming to be from Planet Zoltron attacked a patrol car earlier this month.

On June 22, Calquan Dion Burr charged a police cruiser. Muskegon County Sheriff’s Deputy Thomas Johnson didn’t have time to react and hit Burr head on. Burr flew onto the hood before smashing into the windshield, but moments later he was back on his feet and telling deputies he was not from this world, MLive reports.

Burr claimed he was from Planet Zoltron and that his father had sent him to Earth to do his bidding. He also told deputies he “could have crushed [the cruiser] if he wanted to.”

Lt. Shane Brown said Burr appeared to be “under the influence of mind-altering drugs.”

Burr was arrested and booked into the Muskegon County Jail on charges of malicious destruction of property, damaging police property, assault, and other charges.

[ MLive ]

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