Transient not loving it when arrested for intoxication at McDonald’s
A transient wasn’t loving it when he was hauled out of an Iowa City McDonald’s for his behavior.
According to arrest reports, 30-year-old Scott Colebank was at the Lower Muscatine Road fast food restaurant around 10:45pm Saturday when employees called authorities for assistance. They alleged that Colebank was intoxicated and threatening to beat up people while throwing food around the store.
An officer met Colebank sitting in a booth with food and trash thrown around. He was immediately observed with several signs of intoxication, not the least of which was Colebank himself allegedly telling the officer, “I’m drunk.”
He ignored multiple orders to leave the store after being informed the restaurant was trespassing him. He only left after he was placed under arrest and physically removed.
Colebank has two previous public intox convictions from 2017 and was charged with 3rd or subsequent, along with Interference with Official Acts. If convicted on the charges, Colebank could be sentenced to a maximum of 25 months in prison.