Man arrested after throwing bricks through windows and “acting crazy”

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Ryian Busby, RCJ

Ryian Busby, RCJ

Ryian Busby, 30 of Racine has been charged with Prisoner Throw/Expel Bodily Substances, Criminal Damage to Property, three counts of Resisting or Obstructing an Officer, and two counts of Disorderly Conduct. He was given a $2,500 cash bond. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 9,2016.

According to the criminal complaint, on February 27th at 1:45 a.m. Racine Police responded for calls in the 1600 block of Winslow Ave for a suspicious party who was walking through the streets, yelling and threatening to break property by throwing a brick. Racine County Dispatch also advised a residence on that block had been struck by gunfire. Officers spoke with residents who stated they heard gunshots and that their window had been broken by bricks were inside the property and had witnessed the defendant acting drunk and crazy.

Upon arrival the officer saw the defendant near the residence which had allegedly been struck by gun fire and yelled for the defendant to “Stop Police”. The defendant ran inside the residence and a woman inside opened the door and heard the defendant yell “Expletive, Come and get me”. Officers to the rear of the house yelled for the defendant to get down on the ground. The defendant allegedly began fighting with officers and threatened them, the criminal complaint reads.

According to the criminal complaint the defendant gave police a name which didn’t match to any record. The defendant was transported to the Racine County Jail and was identified through finger prints.

Once booked into jail, officers state that the defendant was screaming and acting unruly and they had to respond to his cell where he had been mule kicking the door, took his mattress and barricaded himself and then vomited on his mattress. Jail personnel were able to restrain him in the CERT chair so that he would not be able to harm himself, others or destroy anymore property. Once restrained, the defendant allegedly spit towards one of the personnel, the complaint states.

According to the criminal complaint he was also charged with 2nd-Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety, Hit and Run-Involve Injury, Operating While Revoked (Rev due to alc/contr subst/refusal) in a seperate case where a warrant was filed in January of 2016.