Greenfield man arrested after disturbance at high school
GREENFIELD, Ind. -
A Greenfield man is in the Hancock County Jail after police say he caused a disturbance at Greenfield-Central High School Wednesday afternoon.
Jason Whitehouse, 43, was charged with resisting law enforcement, disorderly conduct and trespass.
A spokesman for the Greenfield Police Department says an officer at the school called for assistance when Whitehouse became upset with administrators and called them names. Whitehouse was asked to leave the building, but refused to do so.
As officers were escorting the man from the school, an officer said Whitehouse pulled away from officers and that officers believed they were in danger of being struck by Whitehouse. That officer then deployed a stun gun on the Whitehouse to subdue him.
Police say Whitehouse was checked for injury before he was transported to the jail.