Georgia police officers allegedly sickened by substance on papers, suspect arrested

 A Georgia man was arrested after a substance on papers he allegedly gave to two police officers caused them to feel dizzy and have difficulty breathing, according to a report.

Little Gaston Stone, 51, was charged with aggravated assault after he walked into the Smyrna Police Department with paperwork to complain about Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and recorded the conversation, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

After touching the papers, the officer began suffering from "extreme fatigue, chest pain, chest tightness, dizziness and difficulty breathing," the newspaper reported, citing the arrest warrant.

He was taken to the hospital and is recovering.

Inmate records show Stone was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and remained in the Cobb County Jail without bail as of Friday.

The FBI Atlanta Field Office told Fox News Digital that it is "assisting Smyrna in examining potential evidence" from the papers.

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In October, Stone reportedly pleaded guilty to terroristic threats and was sentenced to one year of probation after pleading guilty in 2021 to threatening to blow up a building.

He has previously been charged with aggravated assault.

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