The St. Charles police officer asked him to pick up a beer can he threw down in a Second Street alley, according to a report. The man also is accused of kicking out a patrol car's window.
A man who refused to pick up a beer can he threw down in an alley behind Second Street opted instead to throw down with a St. Charles officer, according to a police report. He ended up kicking out a window and damaging a door inside a St. Charles police car, the officer said. Ryan Burrows, 26, was charged Thursday with third-degree assaulting an officer, resisting arrest and second-degree property damage. Court records indicated Burrows is homeless. St. Charles Police said the officer saw Burrows throw down a beer can in the alley behind 723 North Second Street. After repeated attempts to have Burrows pick up the beer can and throw it away in a dumpster five feet away, the officer told him he was under arrest. The officer said Burrows took…
A St. Charles man threw dishes, damaged furniture and screamed; when deputies arrested him, he spit at and threatened them and damaged the police vehicle, according to a report.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
A St. Charles man damaged bedroom furniture, dishes and a patrol car after officers responded to the scene Monday. Kenneth Hart, of the 3600 block of Fairview Drive in St. Charles, began throwing things throughout the house, knocking over furniture and yelling Monday, said a St. Charles County Sheriff’s deputy. His girlfriend, who owns the broken items, fled from the home because she feared for her safety, the deputy said. As officials were arresting Hart, he spit at one deputy and threatened him. Hart said, “All I have to do is kill one (expletive) pig and I can be with the rest of my family in prison,” according to a court document. After deputies handcuffed him and put him in a squad car, he kicked a rear, side window and struck it with…