Authorities in Mississippi have issued an arrest warrant for a Wooster man who is accused of interrupting a live TV broadcast to accost an MSNBC reporter covering Hurricane Ida.
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Benjamin Dagley, 54, is wanted in the connection with the Monday incident, which occurred while MSNBC correspondent Shaquille Brewster was broadcasting live from coastal Gulfport, Mississippi.
Dagley is charged with two counts of simple assault, one count of disturbance of the peace and one count of violation of emergency curfew, the Gulfport Police Department said in a news release posted on social media.
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