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Three men arrested following Dream Cruise

Three men were arrested on Saturday, August 21, for suspicion of disorderly conduct, Birmingham police said.

Police officers responded about 10:53 p.m. to the Speedway, 34800 Woodward, for the report of a man who was attempting to fight several people at the store. Officers arrived to find the man yelling and making inappropriate gestures toward people at the store.

Police said they could smell alcohol as the approached the man. Officers said the man became belligerent and combative before attempting to damage police property. The man, 29, of Beverly Hills, was arrested for disorderly conduct.

A 36-year-old man from Clarkston was arrested about 5 p.m. at Old Woodward and Bowers for suspicion of disturbing the peace. Officers were called to the area after a witness said the man jumped into his vehicle without permission, after previously putting his arm around a nearby woman’s neck, and being a nuisance. Police said his blood-alcohol level was three times the legal limit.

A third man was arrested just after midnight in the 1300 block of Lake Park Drive. The homeowners told police the man fell off his bicycle in the front yard. When they approached him to see if he was injured, he followed them into their backyard and refused to leave.

Police said the man is believed to have been involved in a verbal altercation at a gas station prior to the incident. The man, 32, of Eastpointe, was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct.


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