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5566Arrest Made for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest - News Release

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  • Cathy Plevy
    Jun 11, 2014
      NEWS RELEASE
      City of Takoma Park Police Department
      ● 7500 Maple Avenue ● Takoma Park, Md 20912

      For more information contact:
      Public Information Officer (PIO)
      Catherine Plevy, 301-891-7142 or 240-338-2901

      June 11, 2014 (4:55 pm)
      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

      Chief Alan M. Goldberg from the Takoma Park Police Department announces
      the arrest of Michael Warren, 28, of Takoma Park, Maryland, for
      disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

      On June 10, 2014, Takoma Park Police responded to the area of Flower
      Avenue and Jackson Avenue for the report of a very loud dispute in the
      street between a male and two females. Several neighbors were outside
      of their homes because of the loud disturbance. One of the officers
      attempted to have Warren quiet down, however he refused, and began
      yelling profanities at the officer and walked away from him towards one
      of the females. He grabbed the female's arm in a violent manner, at
      which time the officer took Warren by the arm and advised him to sit
      down on the curb. Warren refused to sit and continued to curse at the
      officer. Due the large crowd gathering because of Warren's behavior, he
      was advised that he was under arrest for disorderly conduct. While
      attempting to place Warren in handcuffs, he refused to put his hands
      behind his back and sat down and rolled on to his side. With the aid of
      another officer, Warren was finally handcuffed. Warren, at that point,
      refused to get into the officer's patrol vehicle. With no alternative,
      both officers put him in the patrol vehicle. Warren continued to curse
      at the officers and threatened one of them.

      During this time, one of the females was attempting to obstruct
      Warren's arrest. The officers advised the two females to leave the
      scene, and as one of the females was walking away, she began kicking the
      patrol vehicle trying to break the headlight. She began to flee and a
      foot chase ensued, however, the officers were unable to apprehend her.

      Warren was transported to the Montgomery County Central Processing
      Unit.

      *A photograph of Warren is not available at this time*



      Catherine E. Plevy
      Assistant to the Chief of Police
      Public Information Officer (PIO)
      Office of the Chief of Police
      7500 Maple Avenue
      Takoma Park, Maryland 20912
      cathyp@...
      (301) 891-7142 - desk
      (240) 338-2901 - cell