DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A Dayton man is behind bars after officers issue him several warnings in the Oregon District.
Branden Brown, 26, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.
Police were patrolling the Oregon District around 2:30 a.m. Sunday as patrons were leaving the bars.
Officers reported it was during that time that they spotted Brown with a group of people looking for his lost keys in a parking lot near apartments. According to the police report, Brown was shouting at officers in the area. Police reported he was also being vulgar.
Police stated they warned Brown and told him to stop.
Officers said they spoke to a woman who was with Brown and told her to take him away and leave the area before he gets in trouble. Police left the parking lot, but when they circled back, Brown and the group of people were still there.
Police said when Brown saw them he screamed that it was the “donut cop”. Officers again ordered Brown to leave, but he refused. Police also told him to stop yelling because he was disturbing the peace of nearby residents.
Police stated Brown refused, put his hands behind his back, and told them to take him to jail. Officers also reported during this time, Brown yelled at the group of people to video record the incident so officers wouldn’t shoot him and throw him off a bridge.
Police stated as they transported Brown to jail, he continued to yell racial slurs at them.
Brown is expected in court Monday.