ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- There was a shocking attack against an Orange County sheriff's deputy. A man suspected of having HIV is charged with attempted murder for allegedly biting a deputy. The incident began as the 32-year-old suspect ran from a Shell gas station with a bag in hand. He didn't get far, just to the Greyhound bus station, where deputies already happened to be. He wouldn't stop and, even after one taser prong, he kept kicking and fighting. When Roderick Mayes was finally restrained, the deputy who was attacked noticed a bright red bite mark on his arm. It started as nothing more than a petty theft at the Shell gas station off John Young Parkway. According to the owner, Mayes was making a dash with some stolen goods. He was spotted by members of the Orange Sheriff's Office tactical unit who said Mayes had no intention of stopping.