Madison wrote:Lofunzo wrote:Madison wrote:The way I read that, he wasn't at home, he was at a friend's house where there was a party. Not unusual at all for drunk people at a party to be arrested, so what's the big deal here?when officers arrived at his friend's duplexthe partygoers denied throwing bottles
I really must be reading this wrong.
Without causing a disturbance?? I would be mighty pissed if I was quietly intoxicated in my yard and I was arrested by the police. No driving and no noise. I don't see a problem.
He wasn't in his yard though. He was at a friend's duplex and someone at the party threw a beer bottle at a police car.
If it read that he was sitting all alone at home watching TV while drunk and the cops arrested him for that, then I'd see what the big deal is. In this case, he's drunk at a party at a friend's house and there was a disturbance involving the police. It's not unusual or odd at all that he got arrested in that spot. Happens all the time.
Then again, like I said, maybe I'm not reading this right. Took my kiddo to 6 Flags all day and I'm completely exhausted.
It appears that he was at a friend's house instead of his own but my point is that if you are causing no problems at anyone's house, I don't see why the cops need to rake me off of private property. If anyone threw a bottle, lock them up. I'm just not sure about the bottle, though.