3 AZ police officers injured in fight with man who refused to leave a coffee shop
Three Mesa police officers have been injured while fighting a man who refused to leave a coffee shop, authorities said Sunday.
Officers were called to the scene around 9 a.m. Saturday and said 21-year-old Tegan Williams refused to leave when asked by police, who used a stun gun on him before a six-minute fight ensued.
As Williams was being arrested, he allegedly squeezed an officer’s hand with such force to break bones and require surgery to repair.
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Police said another officer was kicked while apparently unconscious while a third officer needed X-rays on his injured hand.
Williams is jailed on a $100,000 bond and is facing charges that include aggravated assault-disfigurement, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and criminal damage, according to police.
It was unclear Sunday if Williams has a lawyer yet who can speak on his behalf about the case.