Police: Concert goer arrested after fighting, urinating on car

Police: Concert goer arrested after fighting, urinating on car
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Garden City Police have arrested an Eagle man they say was kicked out of a concert Thursday night for fighting, running from police, and urinating on a car.

Police say Eric Hackett, 32, was removed from the Flogging Molly concert at the Revolution Concert House by security for fighting.

Officers noticed that Hackett's forehead and face were bloody, and security staff told them it was from the fighting inside the venue.

Police say that as they were talking to security, they saw Hackett urinating on the hood of a red car in the parking lot that had people inside.

The driver started honking the horn and an officer also moved in to stop Hackett, according to police.

When Hackett saw the officer, police say he began running through the parking lot, refusing to stop.

Officers say Hackett was eventually tackled and placed in custody.

Police say Hackett had a blood alcohol content level that was more than four times the legal limit, so they had to take him to Saint Alphonsus Hospital before he could be booked into jail.

Officers say while they were driving to the hospital, Hackett began kicking the windows of the patrol car.

Eventually, Hackett was booked into the Ada County Jail and charged with Disorderly Conduct, Resisting and Obstructing Officers, and Malicious Injury to Property, all misdemeanors.