A York softball player was arrested Saturday and charged with disorderly conduct after a police officer stopped a fight at the York Recreation Complex, according to a York Police report.
An officer working security at the complex off Fourth Street about 6 p.m. Saturday had to break up a fight between several softball players, the report states. It’s unclear how the disruption started.
After escorting one of the players off the field, another player began yelling at the officer and cursing at him. The officer warned the man to calm down, but he continued to yell, the report states.
The officer threatened to arrest the man, and the suspect then took “an aggressive stance,” the report states. The officer drew his Taser stun gun and told the suspect he would use it.
The man then calmed down and was arrested without further problems, the report states. He was identified as William Wesley Doster, 40, of York. Doster was charged with disorderly conduct.