Columbus police arrested a man early Thursday after he was seen fighting with himself in the middle of the street, reports state.
Clarence R. Sanks, 43, is charged with obstruction of an officer, possession of drug related objects, pedestrian in the roadway and disorderly while intoxicated, police said.
According to reports, an officer saw Sanks about 4:10 a.m. in the middle of Forsyth Street. Sanks was jumping, yelling and fighting with himself. The officer asked Sanks who he was yelling at, and Sanks told him he was yelling at his “homies.”
No one else was nearby, police said.
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The officer checked Sanks’ ID and discovered he had a warrant for his arrest. Police then tried to arrest Sanks, who fought back. It took four officers to arrest him, reports state.
Police say they found a crack pipe in Sanks’ pocket during a search.