INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A man was arrested after a he bit two officers and resisted arrest at a pee-wee football game Saturday afternoon.
According to police reports, around 2 p.m. near the 4000 block of South Post Road at the Franklin Township Youth Football Field, a football game between the Boilermakers and the Spartans was in progress.
During the last minutes of the game, a spectator, DeJuan Wells, 27, ran beneath a yellow rope dividing players and fans and made his way towards the field.
Police reports stated that Wells was upset by a call and the Football League Commissioner, Tyre Shelton, ordered Wells to calm down, lower his voice, and move back away from the field.
According to reports, Wells then yelled profanity at Shelton, and started moving closer to the field before Shelton approached him and began to escort him off the sideline towards the parking lot.
Wells began to move off the field, but quickly turned, and began advancing the field and referees while yelling profane words at them.
Police reports state that Wells was then blocked from going any further by Shelton as he ordered him to leave the premises.
Wells refused and continued to yell and swear at Shelton. He also began to threaten the referees by saying, "I'm waiting right here for one of you. I'm not leaving without you. We are going to do this right here."
According to reports, the other fans and bystanders at the game heard the threats, prompting people to yell, "Call the police."
Several 911 calls were made before two off duty officers crossed the field and approached Wells.
Wells was removed from the field by the two off duty officers and approached by a third officer.
According to reports, Wells became agitated by the officers and began yelling profane words at them as well.
The officer dealing with Wells ordered him to leave or else he would be arrested. Wells then said profane words to the officer and also said, "You can't arrest me" before clinching his fist.
The officer began to arrest Wells, but Wells aggressively pulled away and began to flee on foot.
The officer caught Wells and forced him to ground, while Wells violently resisted by kicking and swinging his arms.
Wells then bit the officer on his right arm and the officer then punched Wells to get him to let go of the bite.
The other officer assisting tried to get Wells under control, but then Wells bit her on her thumb. As the officer let go of Wells, he lunged forward and bit her right middle finger.
Another officer arrived with assistance and Wells was placed in handcuffs.
Once in handcuffs, he continued to resist by kicking his legs before officers were forced to hold him to the ground.
According to police reports, Wells was placed under arrest for two counts battery on a law enforcement officer, two counts of resisting law enforcement, two counts of battery by bodily waste, criminal trespass, and disorderly conduct.
The injured officers were taken to Methodist hospital where they were treated and released.
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