Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Not good to cheer in opponent's stadium.

Assistant Chief Bob Kanaski said William Carroll was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and delaying or obstructing a police officer in his duties.
The apparent procedure in SD is to take the people outside. Watch Second situation develop.
Warning: Some bad language.

Assistant Chief Bob Kanaski said officers went to talk to Carroll after being notified via text message from an off-duty police officer at the game who said the Jets fan was intoxicated and out of control, according to the SanDiego Trib.

According to the New York Post, William Carroll said he had just three beers over four hours and cops refused to let him take a Breathalyzer test to prove he was sober.