January 3, 2019

No one hurt after Hermiston man allegedly tried to fight customers

Photo: Hermiston Police Department

HERMISTON, Ore. - Police say a man who was reportedly trying to fight customers at a local business has been arrested.

According to the Hermiston Police Department, officers were told Adam Hansen, 30, of Hermiston had caused a disturbance in the business at the 800 block of South Highway 395 around 8 p.m., Tuesday.

Hansen had allegedly been challenging customers to a fight and made graphic sexual comments toward women at the business.

According to reports, customers physically escorted Hansen outside when he refused to leave.

When officers tried to arrest Hansen, police said he charged at them as if intending to fight.

The officers warned Hansen they would use a TASER on him if he did not comply and he was then arrested. Police said the officers did not use their TASER and no one was injured in this incident.

Police say he was arrested on accusations of disorderly conduct and harassment, as well as three outstanding warrants for failing to appear in court.

Hansen is being held at the Umatilla County Jail.

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