A 19-year-old Conway man at 2000 block of Washington Avenue was confronted by an officer around 4 a.m. Saturday morning after he was observed lying on the ground in a yard shirtless.
According to a police report, the man would occasionally sit up and "start swirling his shirt around."
The officer said the man was very flush-faced and noticed the odor of intoxicants coming from his soaked shirt and breath.
When the officer had the man stand up, he "swayed violently" to the point that the officer had to grab hold of him to keep him from falling over.
The man was arrested for public intoxication. While on the way to the jail, the man began using vulgar language, calling the police officer a "p**** cop," and a "spiked-up haired f***** cop."
While at the jail, the man called one of the detention officers a "b****."
When asked what his address was, the man reportedly told officers, "1012 F*** Street."
The man was charged with disorderly conduct "because of his choice of language" in a public building.
He was cited for his charges and jailed at FCSO Unit II.