Albemarle Man Arrested for Altercation with Police
A Crozet man faces charges for attempting to assault an officer and resisting arrest.
Albemarle County police arrested Gregory Rosson after a 911 call for a verbal disorder along the 6800 block of Jarmans Gap Road just after 9:00 Sunday night.
When officers found Rosson at a convenience store, he was combative and had to be subdued by multiple officers.
Rosson faces a total of eight charges. He is being held without bond at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.
Albemarle County Police Department Press Release
Officers with the Albemarle County Police Department have arrested 21-year-old Gregory A. Rosson of Crozet, Virginia for an altercation with police officers at approximately 9:11 PM on Sunday, December 9, 2012.
County officers were first dispatched to a 911 call for a verbal disorder in the 6800 block of Jarmans Gap Road. Rosson was not located at the original location, but officers received information he was intoxicated at a convenience store in the 7600 block of Rockfish Gap Turnpike.
Officers located Rosson in the store parking lot and attempted to speak with him about the earlier disorder. Rosson became combative with the officer and was arrested for public intoxication. Rosson physically resisted arrest and had to be subdued by multiple officers.
Rosson was charged with public intoxication, two counts of attempting to assault a law enforcement officer, two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer, obstruction of a law enforcement officer by resisting arrest, attempting to disarm a law enforcement officer and obstruction of a law enforcement officer by intimidation and threats. Rosson was held at the regional jail without bond.