Westport man accused of causing disturbance in Bridgeport store
A Westport man caused a disturbance at a Bridgeport convenience store Monday night, then urinated on the holding cell floor after he was arrested, police said.
Christopher Sullivan, 40, of Jesup Road, was charged with disoderly conduct and criminal mischief. He was held overnight on a $5,000 bond and was expected to be arraigned later Tuesday at Superior Court in Bridgeport.
Employees of the Getty service station and market at 1235 Park Ave. in Bridgeport called police shortly before 11 p.m., saying that an intoxicated patron was cursing other customers and staff, and had knocked over store displays, police said.
Sullivan allegedly was belligerant to officers when they arrived, refusing to tell them where he lived. At one point he said he was from "Narragansett," a town and a beach in Rhode Island, and yelled "cops are pigs" over and over, according to the report.
It took several officers to wrestle him into handcuffs, the incident report states, and once booked Sullivan urinated on the floor.