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No charges after O.C. supervisor handcuffed man who was 'preaching the word of God'

No charges after O.C. supervisor handcuffed man who was 'preaching the word of God'

Unnerved by a man who was "preaching the word of God" and suspiciously eying a knife, Orange County Board of Supervisors Chair Todd Spitzer apparently handcuffed a man at a Foothills Ranch restaurant earlier this year, sheriff's officials said Thursday. During a lunch break gone bizarre, Spitzer became bothered when the man would not stop talking to him about the Bible inside a Wahoo's Fish Taco on April 3, according to Orange County Sheriff's Lt. Jeff Hallock. After several minutes, Spitzer left the restaurant and retrieved a gun and handcuffs from his car before calling police, Hallock said. “A stranger walked up to me and...

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