WATERLOO – One person was arrested following a disturbance at a movie theater last week.
Waterloo police were called to Crossroads Theaters, 2450 Crossroads Blvd., around 11 p.m. Friday for what was described as a large fight. The crowd began to disburse when police arrived.
Officers noticed one man yelling at a group of people, and he told police he arrived at the theater because he learned his nephew had been involved in the fight. The man also admitted he had shoved the theater’s manager, according to court records.
The manager declined to press charges, but police arrested the man, identified as 38-year-old Carl Eugene Barker Sr., of Waterloo, for misdemeanor public intoxication. Barker had bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol but declined to submit to a breath test, records state.