Drunk Resident Who Was Unable To Turn Off House Alarm Arrested | C & S Locksmiths
A Drunken Westlake Ohio man who was unable to turn off the house alarm to his own residence was arrested after locking police officers out of his house and calling them derogatory names.
The resident, Peter Nolan, is charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct from intoxication.
Initially the police responded to Nolan’s residence due to the house alarm being set off, which was in fact set off by the drunken Nolan himself. Once the police arrived at the residence Nolan reportedly walked the police officers out a door in the garage and then swiftly locked the door behind him. Nolan only made matters for himself worse by calling the officers derogatory names.
Once the officers gained access back into the home through another door which Nolan had drunkenly left unlocked Nolan was put in handcuffs. However the incident did not end there are Nolan then attempted to run, however the officers quickly corralled the drunken resident in his own living room.
Eventually the police were able to shut off the alarm and order was restored in the neighborhood. Nolan was released from jail the next morning and is awaiting further sentencing.
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