Little Falls Man Accused of Calling 911, Using Pepper Spray on Officers
LITTLE FALLS (AP) - A Little Falls man is accused of calling 911, then using pepper spray on officers who responded to his house.
A criminal complaint filed in Morrison County says 46-year-old Scott Garman placed multiple 911 calls to dispatchers early Tuesday and was angry about officers who had been to his home earlier.
Little Falls police responded and found Garman on his front porch with a can of pepper spray. The complaint says he refused orders to put the can down and sprayed the officers who eventually took him into custody using a stun gun and their batons.
Garman is charged with fourth-degree assault and obstruction. It was not immediately clear if he has an attorney.