Thanks to SPOGG agent Chris McD for sending this:
Waco Police arrest Secret Service agent
Waco Police tasered and arrested a US Secret Service agent at a downtown Waco bar after a scuffle.
The arrest affidavit say the dispute between the special agent and a bar manager at Crickets all got started. (All got started? When? Finish the sentence please. We're waiting.)
Police say there were reports (By whom? Passive voice stinks.) that in the early morning hours of July 21, 30-year-old John Scott Lewis was being rude to some customers at Cricket's Bar and Grill. (Is it Crickets? Or Cricket's? We'll be looking that up shortly.)
Lewis is a special agent with the US Secret Service and is from Crofton, Maryland.
The report and Police (why is this capitalized?) say Lewis got into an argument with the manager and when the manager asked him to leave, Lewis pushed open the front door so hard it cracked.
Two off-duty Waco officers working security tried to arrest Lewis; he resisted, and was tasered one time.
Lewis was charged with Public Intoxication, Reckless Damage, and Resisting Arrest. (We hereby charge you with excessive use of Unnecessary Capital Letters.)
He was treated and released at Hillcrest Hospital and then was booked into the McLennan County Jail.
Lewis posted a 1,000 dollar bond. (Should be $1,000 according to AP Style, but that's nit-picky.)
Officials with the Waco Secret Service division say they will not comment, and the owner of Cricket's isn't speaking either. (Again: Crickets? Or Cricket's? A quick search of the Waco phone book shows this joint is actually called Crickets Grill & Draft House. So, it should be Crickets.)