By Jonathan McFadden — email@example.com
ROCK HILL — The Bowling Green, S.C., man arrested last week after he was found drunk outside Piedmont Medical Center and then threatened to use the bathroom in a police car gas tank was arrested again this weekend when he refused to leave the hospital.
Charles Moses courtesy of York County Sheriff’s Office
Charles Henry Moses, 49, was charged with public disorderly conduct and resisting police on Friday. Officers went to the hospital after receiving a call about a patient refusing to leave hospital grounds after being discharged, according to a Rock Hill police report.
Police watched Piedmont staff load Moses into a wheelchair to exit the hospital, but he began to say that he needed to use the bathroom and wanted a drink, the report states.
Moses began to shout profanities at officers when they told him it was time to leave. Officers tried to arrest Moses, but he slapped an officer’s hand away. Police used a stun gun on Moses, striking him in the neck and chest, the report states.
Moses soon became cooperative and was taken to the Rock Hill city jail.
Last Tuesday, Moses threatened to urinate in a police officer’s gas tank while unzipping his pants after authorities found him drunk outside the hospital. At the time, Moses was released from the hospital but said he didn’t have a ride back to Clover. He told police he needed a ride to Moss Justice to pick up his boots and guns.
He was then arrested and charged with public intoxication.