A Louisville man was arrested after causing significant damage and scaring employees at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Monday.
— WDRB News (@WDRBNews) February 14, 2017
According to WDRB.com’s report, 20-year old Kameron Davenport was arrested Monday morning after causing at least $21,000 in damages, specifically to rotating ad displays and the wrap around the stadium.
Police say 20-year-old Kameron Davenport had no business being on the sports field, which was fenced in and locked when police found him there. Officers subsequently placed him under arrest, but police say he didn’t go quietly. According to the arrest report, he fought with police, and in the process, injured an officer’s arm.
Police say he created such a disturbance that it caused workers in the area to, “flee and become fearful.”
Officers placed him in a police cruiser, but police say Davenport continued to fight, kicking out the rear window of the vehicle.
Davenport faces a number of charges for the incident, including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, criminal trespassing, third degree assault and criminal mischief.