Wharton – Drunk Man Fight with Police Officers
One police officer sustained injuries in a scuffle late Sunday night, March 29, where a drunk man told the officers to “catch coronavirus and die.”
24 year-old Jonathan Cabrejos from Mount Arlington was approached by police officers after being spotted knocking on doors in Wharton near the Dover border at approximately 11 p.m.
Police officers were assisting Cabrejos in calling a family member for a ride home at Ford Avenue when Cabrejos started becoming aggressive, eventually leading to a scuffle with one officer. While officers were trying to take Cabrejos into custody, Cabrejos started kicking and spitting on both officers.
Cabrejos was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and throwing bodily fluids at officers and released to a family member.
One officers sustained a bloodied nose in the scuffle, but is expected to be okay.
We would like to send our sympathies to the officers involved in this scuffle. We hope they are able to stay healthy.
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