Man charged after throwing urine at officers in Menomonee Falls
MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee man has been charged after throwing urine at police officers. The incident happened on Tuesday, November 20 in Menomonee Falls when police were called for a drunk man lying in the road.
The man was identified as 36-year-old Jonathan Crump. Police put Crump in a squad car to let him warm up but did not arrest him. Crump told police he did not remember his address of his girlfriend's phone number. He repeatedly told police to leave him alone which police obliged, but they told Crump he could not lay down in the road.
As officers were leaving the scene they saw Crump sit down in the middle of the road. Officers returned to the scene and arrested Crump for disorderly conduct.
When they arrived at the Menomonee Falls Police Station Crump tried kicking out the window of the squad car. While being booked into jail Crump told officers he had AIDS and would spit on any officer that came near him. Crump then said he had to use the bathroom, but due to his combative nature officers told him he could use a bucket until enough officers arrived to assist.
Crump then peed in a bucket and when he was finished threw the bucket at an officer spilling urine over the floor. The officer was not hit by the urine.