ORLANDO, Fla. —Police say a man went crazy when they went to check on him after he posted threats against officers on his Facebook page.
Joshua Patrick Hilt, 42, faces 15 charges, including five charges of battery and aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer. He is also charged with resisting arrest and indecent exposure.
According to the arrest report, Hilt made suicidal threats and threats against law enforcement on his Facebook page.
Police had already been to his home.
When they returned at 11:30 p.m., they said Hilt took off his clothes, began to jump around yelling and then attempted to gouge an officer's eye.
Officers punched him in the face and took him to the ground, but he continued to fight, police said.
He grabbed an officer's stun gun and shocked the officer, according to the report.
"He grabbed the Taser and actually used it against another officer," said Orlando police spokesman Jim Young. "He tried to grab the officer's baton. His level of resistance against our officers efforts was so great, it's almost like he had super human strength in fighting these officers."
Several other officers arrived and were able to subdue him. At least two officers were hurt.
Hilt was booked into the Orange County Jail.