Giles most recent booking photo after he allegedly bit a Houston Police officer

 Out of the frying pan into the fire… Fox 26 news has learned the man seen on video being beaten by a Metro police officer two weeks ago is back in jail. 

Harris County Court records show 32 year old Darrel Giles was arrested again on September 22 for biting a Houston police officer while he was being transported to the jail.  

A spokesperson for HPD says Giles was arrested after getting into a fight with another man at a Shell gas station. 

He has been charged with assault and remains in the Harris County jail with a bond of $5,000. 

More details today at noon and 5 pm on Fox 26. #IsiahFactor #Fox26news 


  1. K williams September 28, 2016 10:48 am  Reply

    You know very well tbey went back to him to retaliate for the cop thst resigned. Smdh

  2. Donna Middleton September 28, 2016 10:53 am  Reply

    If he bit a policeman, I am VERY interested to know what they did to him. I hope there were cameras (somehow I bet they made sure there weren’t any this time). I hope someone goes and gets this man into a home, otherwise I fear for his safety and life.

  3. James Hardnett September 28, 2016 11:52 am  Reply

    I believe this man should protected and and moved from Harrison Co. Police force. It is apparent he being harassed and will be killed if he worse to testify on that officers foolish actions. Where is the justice how could a black man gets beat with a stick dam near to death turn around a couple days later and assault a police officer. That s being targeted, harassed, and injustice on Harrison Co. Police Department part

  4. Ron davis September 28, 2016 3:11 pm  Reply

    What he did the second time has no bearing on what happened the first time. This person may have some mental health issues and or out of his Meds. May even be non compliant with eds. I think a psy evaluation is needed

  5. Alex September 29, 2016 3:53 am  Reply

    You guys didn’t think to remove the man’s address?

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