DENVER (CBS4) – A Denver Detention Center inmate mad about not getting a cookie and throwing feces on deputies has been found guilty of second-degree assault.

According to Lynn Kimbrough with the Denver District Attorney’s Office, Calvin Johnson, 45, was convicted of two counts of second-degree assault after being accused of throwing feces and urine at Denver sheriff deputies on two separate occasions.

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Calvin Johnson (credit: Denver Police Department)

Calvin Johnson (credit: Denver Police Department)

One incident occurred on Jan. 8.

“Johnson created a mixture of feces, water, and/or urine while in his jail cell, which he referred to as a “sh**bomb.” He then lured a deputy sheriff to his cell and struck him on the front side of his upper body with the material,” Kimbrough said in a statement.

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Another incident occurred on Jan. 10.

“Johnson stuck a different deputy sheriff with a similar mixture. The testimony showed Johnson intended to provoke the deputies to a physical fight because his demands about his meal schedule, including the addition of a cookie, were not being met,” Kimbrough said.

Johnson was convicted of one count of first-degree murder by a jury. The body of Teodoro Leon, 50, was found in an alley near 10th Avenue and Acoma Street in the morning hours of Jan. 1. He had been stabbed to death.

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He faces life in prison without parole when he is sentenced on July 22.