Man accused of being intoxicated while at West Bend car dealership, resisting arrest
WEST BEND, Wis. (CBS 58) – A man is in custody after West Bend Police believe he was intoxicated at a car dealership.
Police said they received a call from an employee of a lcar dealership at W. Washington Street just after 7:00 p.m. Monday for a disorderly man.
The employee said the man was at the dealership shopping for a car. The man was negotiating with a salesman, went to his vehicle, drank from a cooler, and came back to negotiate.
The salesman said the man was argumentative and was being disorderly in the dealership, believing he was intoxicated.
When West Bend Police arrived, they spoke to the customer who identified himself as a 47-year-old man from Kewaskum. The officer noticed signs that the man was intoxicated and while the officer was speaking with him, the man passed out.
The officer tried to revive the man and called for help. When officers and rescue personnel were able to wake the man up, he allegedly argued and swore at officers. While officers took the man into custody, they said he resisted and kicked at them.
The man was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. No one was hurt during the arrest.