Traverse City News and Events

Police Remove Unruly Man From Park Place

By Patrick Sullivan | Dec. 5, 2017

A man struggled with Traverse City police after he refused to pay a $36 tab and fought with a beverage manager at the Park Place Hotel.

Police were called at 11pm Saturday after hotel staff said a 37-year-old Grand Rapids man pushed and tried to choke a manager.

When police arrived to talk to the suspect, the man attempted to walk away and police arrested him, Chief Jeffrey O’Brien says. O’Brien says the man fought with officers as they took him to jail on charges of assault, defrauding an innkeeper, and resisting arrested.

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