A man who police say disrupted the convention of Jehovah's Witnesses held in Rochester during the weekend now faces multiple charges.
The 23-year-old man was eventually arrested after officers were called about 7:50 a.m. Sunday. The suspect had allegedly been interrupting the services held during the convention at Mayo Civic Center, had damaged a 32-foot banner valued at $650, then yelled and swore at the people trying to deal with him.
The behavior reportedly happened over a period of a few days, but the convention-goers tried to deal with it themselves, the report says.
The man, whom Capt. John Sherwin described as homeless, also pushed himself against the genital area of one man, and grabbed the buttocks of another. The suspect was wearing pink pants and a blond wig with pink tips.
He's expected to appear today in Olmsted County District Court.