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Arrested: Police catch man walking while urinating

Joshua Jerome Jefferson (Source Lawton Police Department) Joshua Jerome Jefferson (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –Lawton Police arrested a man after they caught him walking and urinating.

Lawton Police say 30-year-old Joshua Marzell Jefferson was walking along Southeast Lee Boulevard near the Cache Creek Bridge when they saw him urinating as he walked.

Jefferson denied he was urinating and refused to cooperate when the officer tried to pat him down. When the officer tried to handcuff Jefferson, he said there was no reason for the handcuffs and tried to run away.

After a brief struggle, the arrival of backup officers and the use of a Taser, Jefferson was handcuffed and taken to the Lawton City Jail.

During booking, the found 2.4 grams of marijuana in his possession.

Jefferson was booked for disturbing the peace, resisting an officer and possession of marijuana.

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