Phoenix Jones Pepper Spray Assault
November 3, 2011 by staff
He still fights crime, but Phoenix Jones no longer works for the state and says that children are the ones to suffer.
Most of us know Phoenix Jones on the streets, fighting crime and in the dark. However, their day’s work shows a very different character.
“I teach basic life skills of autistic children,” said Jones. “Things like balancing a checkbook, if you want to shop at the mall, how to calculate the amount of money to spend, how to balance the money throughout the month, how to survive with autism he has.”
Phoenix Jones has worked for a company hired by DSHS for the past five years, until last week when he received a letter from the state.
“You basically just said that effective immediately, I was no longer able to work with children with disabilities or autism,” said Jones. “The reason is because I put in a list of people who get in dangerous situations and some government agency put me on that list.”
Everything came from this incident last month when he tried to stop a masked superhero fight the spread of a can of pepper spray against a group. He was arrested for assault. However, no charges have been filed against him and Phoenix Jones says losing his job is not fair.
“I feel like it’s an unfair characterization of me. In five years I have not had a complaint from any of the people I worked with,” said Jones.
Phoenix Jones says he’ll be patrolling the streets as a superhero for the day, until you can find a new job. And he hopes it’s soon because he says he has a family to support.
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