A man from Arlington, Virginia is facing charges in Youngstown after police say he created a ruckus at the downtown DoubleTree and threatened police.
According to a police report, officers were called about 9:46 p.m. Thursday to the Bistro restaurant inside the DoubleTree hotel on reports of an unruly customer.
When officers arrived, they found Samson Habte, 38, yelling at the bartender and refusing to leave, the report stated.
Officers said they tried several times to get Samson to leave but he argued with them yelling, “I’m not going (expletive) anywhere. You are going to have to arrest me,” according to the report.
Police say Habte continued to yell at them and would not go to his room or leave the area. Officers say he kept threatening them saying, “You guys are going to be sorry, and you’re going to regret this. I will find you when I get out.”
Habte was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and intimidation of a public servant.