Havasu Man Lies to Officers and Resists Arrests after confronted on Disorderly Conduct Incident

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On Friday February 19th from 5:25 PM Jacob Bradden Grandchamp, 21, out of Lake Havasu City was arrested at the Skate Park on Smoketree Avenue for Disorderly Conduct, False Information to Law Enforcement, Resisting Arrested, and a Failure To Comply Warrant issued by Judge Jill Davis in a Disorderly Conduct case.

Officers were dispatched to the area after an RP advised he and his family were enjoying the day at Rotary Park, and being from out of the area accidentally pulled into the parking lot traveling the wrong direction. The unknown male (later identified as Jacob Grandchamp) jumped onto his trailer he was pulling and began making obscene gestures and statements towards them. As the RP exited his truck he felt as though he was being provoked to fight, and when Grandchamp’s friends started coming over, the RP felt it was best to leave and contact PD.

Officers went to the skate park and located Jacob sitting on a picnic bench. Jacob lied about his involvement in the incident. One officer observed Jacob remove a wallet from his shorts pocket and place it on the picnic table, but after Jacob attempted to conceal his identity and they asked to see his wallet, Jacob denied the wallet being his – despite the drivers license and picture matching Grandchamp. When shown the picture ID Jacob jumped up from the table and fled from officers, but was captured a short time later hiding in nearby brush. Jacob apologized and stated he ran because of his knowledge of the warrant.

Jacob was transported to the Lake Havasu City Jail where he was booked and held for court.

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No mugshot available as all charges are misdemeanors.


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