Md. man arrested for disorderly conduct

TAKOMA PARK, Md. (WUSA) -- The Takoma Park Police Department arrested a 28-year-old Tuesday for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Police arrested Michael Warren, 28, of Takoma Park, Maryland. Deputies responded to the area of Flower Avenue and Jackson Avenue for the report of a loud argument that was happening in the street between a man and two women.

According to authorities, several people in the area were outside because of the noise. One of the deputies tried to get Warren to quiet down, however he did not and started cursing at the officer.

Warren turned around and walked toward one of the women. He grabbed her arm in a violent manner, according to police. Police then asked Warren to sit down on the curb, however he refused to follow instructions and continued to yell and curse at the officer.

Warren was arrested for disorderly conduct, authorities said. Warren refused to put his hands behind his back so officers could place handcuffs on him.

Police said another officer had to help get Warren handcuffed. He also refused to get into the officer's car and continued to yell and curse at the deputies.

Police said one of the women started kicking the car, trying to break the headlight. She ran away and police were not able to find her.

According to authorities, Warren was taken to the Montgomery County Central Processing Unit.


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