Henderson man arrested on charges of public disturbance, resisting arrest
A Henderson, Nevada man was arrested Aug. 18 on felony charges of resisting arrest after his alleged behavior prompted a response from Lake Havasu City Police officers.
Officers were dispatched to a McCulloch Boulevard restaurant after receiving reports of a man, later identified as 30-year-old John Miller, shouting expletives and causing a disturbance. According to the police report, Miller approached responding officers in an aggressive manner. Officers attempted to calm Miller, the report said, but were unsuccessful.
Miller allegedly attempted to push free from officers as he was being detained, shouting expletives at officers as he was being taken to a waiting patrol vehicle and placed inside.
According to the report, officers spoke with Miller’s mother at the scene. She allegedly told officers Miller had recently been released from prison, and maintained a hatred for law enforcement.
Miller was transported to Lake Havasu City Jail where officers attempted to speak with him, the report said. Miller declined to speak further with officers.