Longer sentence for inmate who threw urine on officers

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 A North Carolina prison inmate has received a longer sentence after he was accused of throwing urine on correctional officers.

News outlets report Craven County District Attorney Scott Thomas says 36-year-old Lasaun Elliot pleaded guilty to three counts of malicious conduct by prisoner.

Thomas says Elliot threw a cup of urine on two officers escorting a nurse through a cell block at Craven Correctional Institution to give medication to several inmates. He said Elliott also exposed himself to a female correctional officer as she was making security rounds.

Elliot, who was serving time for breaking and entering convictions, was given another 33 months to 49 months in prison to be served at the end of his current sentence.

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