On April 25 at approximately 7:45 a.m., an officer responded to a disturbance call at McDonald’s in the 1500 block of 2nd Street.

According to the reporting party, the subject, later identified as Michael Wolkowski, a 36-year-old transient, was causing a disturbance and was refusing to leave the location. Upon the officer’s arrival, a security guard informed the officer that the subject left the location and was chasing someone down the street.

Wolkowski was seen by the officer walking across the street when he ordered him to stop and sit. The subject was extremely agitated at this point and stated that the other subject threw a cup of coffee on him, which is why he was chasing him down the street. The officer ordered Wolkowski to leave and not return to this location.

As the officer was speaking to the security guard, he noticed that Wolkowski was lying down in the middle of the street yelling, “Take me to jail.” The officer ordered him to sit on the curb while he checked to see if Wolkowski had any stay-away orders, which he did.

Wolkowski refused to sit and stated he was going back to McDonald’s. Wolkowski was arrested for deliberately violating a court order. Bail was set at $5,000.

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