Resident arrested twice
for disorderly conduct
Lawrence police arrested Phillip Edward Hudson, 39, twice on Saturday for three incidents of disorderly conduct at various Lawrence restaurants and bars.
Police say Hudson's troubles began when he was belligerent with employees about 9:15 a.m. Saturday at Einstein Bros., 1026 Mass. Authorities booked Hudson into the Douglas County Jail at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. He paid a $50 bond and will appear in court at 8:15 a.m. April 21, according to a jail report.
Later in the day, officers arrested Hudson again -- for disorderly conduct at 4:20 p.m. at the Free State Brewery, 636 Mass., and at 8:50 p.m. at Pat's Blue Rib'N Barbeque, 1618 W. 23rd, according to reports.
Hudson allegedly left the downtown brewery before officers arrived. When they responded to a complaint later at the barbecue restaurant, police also arrested him for the Free State incident.Authorities booked Hudson into jail again at 9:15 p.m. Saturday on two counts of disorderly conduct and released him Monday afternoon. A corrections officer said late Monday afternoon that the district attorney's office had dismissed the latter two charges.
injured at party
A party ended on a sour note early Sunday when two uninvited guests turned on the hosts and their friends, police say.
Four Kansas University students sustained injuries when the two men refused to leave the party about 2 a.m. Sunday in the 800 block of Mississippi and began fighting.
The men allegedly threw bottles, injuring one of the hosts when a bottle hit him in the head and a guest when he caught a thrown bottle in his hand, cutting his palm. Another student who lived at the home sustained a cut to his right eyebrow, and a guest suffered a broken tooth when one of the party crashers allegedly punched him in the jaw.
The men left in an older model conversion van before police arrived.