IOWA CITY – Drunken, sometimes belligerent, behavior led to the arrest of thirteen people during the state’s biggest rivalry football game.
UI Police issued the following number of citations:
PAULA Citations: 2
Public Urination Citations: 0
Open Container in Public Citations: 0
Public Consumption of Liquor: 0
The following individuals were arrested during football game day operations:
Mattucci, Robert, 21 of Arlington Heights, IL for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1743 hours. Mattucci had slurred speech, unsteady balance and smelled of ingest alcohol. Mattucci admitted drinking and blew .255 PBT.
Pike, Terence Scott, 43 of Clive, IA for Public Intoxication and Interference of Official Acts at Kinnick Stadium at 1839 hours. Pike and a female companion were stopped as they entered Kinnick because the female was highly intoxicated. Pike had blood shot watery eyes and smelled of ingested alcohol. Pike was belligerent and refused to cooperate in any way. Pike refused PBT.
Pike, Sarah Ann, 42 of Clive, IA for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1846 hours. Pike was intoxicated while entering into Kinnick. Pike could not stand well, had bloodshot and watery eyes and slurred speech. Pike admitted being intoxicated.
Dean, Brennan Christopher, 22 of Woodbury, MN for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1842 hours. Dean was asked to leave the stadium for signs of intoxication. Dean had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech and smelled of alcohol. Dean attempted to enter Kinnick again. Dean blew .272 PBT.
Marlow, Cole Douglas, 44 of Burt, IA for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1913 hours. Fans reported Marlow was intoxicated and unstable on his feet. Marlow had troubles with his memory, had a strong odor of ingested alcohol and refused to go to first aid. Marlow grabbed an officer on the shoulder and the officer believed he was trying to put him in a headlock. Marlow resisted arrest while being handcuffed. Marlow refused PBT.
Walls, Brittany Sue, 28 of Cedar Rapids, IA for Public Intoxication at the Rec Center at 1851 hours. Walls was being loud, yelling and cursing at staff members and officers. Walls smelled of ingested alcohol and swayed and stumbled while standing. Walls continued to yell at bag checking staff. Walls was asked to leave multiple times and she refused to leave. Walls refused PBT.
Naylor, Alex Sebastian Andre, 29 of Lineville, IA for Public Intoxication at Lot 43 at 1915 hours. Officers responded to Naylor lying under a Chevy Suburban checking the “hydraulic lines”. Naylor had an odor of ingested alcohol, had watery eyes and unsteady balance. Naylor refused PBT.
Graham, Benjamin Taylor, 28 of Mount Ayr, IA for Disorderly Conduct at Kinnick Stadium at 1941 hours. Graham was engaged in a verbal argument with led to Graham slapping a male subject. The victim then fell on top of an elderly male subject causing injury. Graham admitted fighting.
Stanton, Bryan Edward, 27 of Woodward, IA for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1929 hours. Stanton was very intoxicated and kicked out of the stadium twice. Stanton tried to get back in the stadium a third time. Stanton blew .205 PBT.
Ferkin, Christian Michael, 22 of Ankeny, IA for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Domestic Abuse Assault at Kinnick Stadium at 2030 hours. Ferkin forcefully grabbed the victim’s right arm and pulled her with force causing the victim to lose balance. While under arrest jail staff located a baggie of drugs in Ferkin’s pocket.
Lorenz, Jeffrey Stephen, 50 of Mount Pleasant, IA for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1947 hours. Lorenz had bloodshot, watery eyes and smelled of alcohol. Lorenz refused PBT.
Lorenz, Thomas John, 50 of Gulfport, MS for Public Intoxication at Kinnick Stadium at 1947 hours. Lorenz approached gate G walking unsteady with bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech and smelled of alcohol. Lorenz was asked to leave the stadium. Lorenz was seen inside Kinnick. Lorenz refused PBT.
Czarnota, Johnathon Pierce, 18 of Iowa City, IA for Public Intoxication at Aspire Apartments at 2104 hours. Czarnota was passed out on Cambus. Czarnota refused medical treatment. Czarnota admitted drinking and blew .168 PBT.
STORY SOURCE: University of Iowa Department of Public Safety, Police Division, 808 University Capitol Centre, Iowa City, IA