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Man Charged With Assault, Resisting Arrest at Tabu

While being asked to leave the nightclub, Emanuel Rodriguez allegedly refused and began cursing at police officers.

A Suffolk man was arrested after he allegedly became combative towards police officers responding to disperse a large crowd at in West Hempstead early Saturday morning.

According to Nassau Police, Emanuel Rodriguez, 25, of Lindenhurst refused to leave and started yelling, cursing and became combative towards the officers.

As Rodriguez was being placed under arrest, a struggle reportedly ensued in attempt to prevent him from being arrested. During the struggle, two officers and a sergeant were injured and required treatment at a local hospital. All of the officers were from the Fifth Precinct and were released after treatment

Defendant Emanuel Rodriguez is charged with three counts of Assault2nd Degree, Resisting Arrest, and Disorderly Conduct. He will be arraigned on Sunday at First District Court 99 Main St. in Hempstead.

The arrest information was supplied by the Nassau County Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Angelo avilli March 29, 2012 at 12:38 AM
What is the world coming to these days, ugly people attacking our police officers they should hang him on pay per view for free for all of the world to see I mean look at him he walks and drags his arms on the ground friggin' Neanderthal <3

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