ALBUQURQUE (KRQE) - APD says a man was hoping to be killed by a cop when he stabbed an officer with a wooden stick Wednesday night.
They say James Adams was harassing customers at the 7-Eleven at Central and Western Skies about midnight.
When an officer tried to stop him, Adams threw rocks and ran off.
Officer say when they tased him and got him down, he started stabbing one with a stick.
The officer wasn't hurt and Adams was subdued.
He was wanted on three felony warrants and has been arrested 13 times in recent years.
Adams is now charged with aggravated assault and battery.
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