A man from California was accused of using a police officer as a personal toilet.
According to The New York Post, 55-year-old Steven Holley was seen loitering in the Miners Ravine Nature Reserve last Thursday. Police stated he was acting bizarrely and his motives were not influenced by the reserve’s attractions.
The suspect resisted arrest and urinated on a deputy officer. The incident was posted on Placer County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page:
“Thursday night, PCSO Sgt. Dellinger, Deputy Carlton, and Alcoholic Beverage Control Agent Wright were patrolling Granite Bay when they noticed a man loitering in Miners Ravine Nature Preserve around 9 p.m. The man, a Sacramento resident, was acting bizarrely and definitely did not look like he was interested in the beauty that the park offers. The man was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. After a brief struggle, the suspect, Steven Holley, 55, was arrested. One deputy was urinated on by the suspect during the struggle.
This task force is funded by a grant provided to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office from the California Alcoholic Beverage Control in an effort to reduce alcohol-related crimes. While this incident did not involve alcohol, we are grateful for the opportunity to increase our enforcement efforts in the County of Placer. This fiscal year we are also partnering with the City of Rocklin to address alcohol-related crimes in their city.
He was arrested for drug paraphernalia and possesion of methaphethamine.