Brewster was covering the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, a topic that you wouldn't think would engender much passion. I suspect that this nut with a criminal history had it out for "fake news". --CA
Arrest warrant issued for Ohio man accused of confronting NBC's Shaquille Brewster on live TV
Mississippi police issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for an Ohio man who they say confronted NBC News' Shaquille Brewster on live television.
The man, Benjamin Eugene Dagley, of Wooster, Ohio, will be charged with two counts of simple assault, one count of disturbing the peace and one count of violating an emergency curfew, Gulfport police said in a statement.
He could also be in violation of his probation in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, if he traveled without authorization, police said.
The man got in Brewster's face before Brewster calmly ended the report. The man could be heard shouting at Brewster to "report accurately."