Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Obama White House Staffer Indicted for Shooting at Capitol Policeman

Barvetta Singletary, special assistant to President Obama
(Truth Revolt) A White House staffer was indicted yesterday for allegedly shooting at her "boyfriend," a Capitol Hill police officer.
Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks charged Barvetta Singletary with second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and the use of a handgun in connection with a violence crime.
Following her arrest, Singletary was put on leave from her job a special assistant to President Obama and as House legislative affairs liaison. She is currently free on $15,000 bail.
On August 10, police responded to the 13000 block of Burnished Wood Court after reports of a shooting. Barvetta Singletary texted the officer to come to her house for sex and after engaging in intercourse, she asked him about another woman he was dating, a preliminary report found.

The officer then asked Singletary to walk outside towards his vehicle. Once outside and in the vehicle, Singletary asked the officer where his cell phones were. When the officer refused to reveal that information, Singletary reached into the officer's bag and grabbed two cell phones and his service weapon, according to charging documents.
Singletary refused to return the officer's gun and then fired a shot in the direction of the officer, who fled the residence, according to documents.