BOSTON (CBS) – A Somerville man was arrested for allegedly breaking into a downtown Boston Police station.

At about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, officers say they witnessed 24-year-old Michael Naughton “violently pull” on a locked door to the District A-1 garage and enter the secured area.

READ MORE: Mass General, Brigham And Women's Among Top Hospitals In New U.S. News Rankings

When officers approached Naughton, they say he became belligerent and yelled at the officers to get out of his house.

Police say they informed him that he was in a police station, but Naughton allegedly continued to yell out his address and became argumentative.

READ MORE: BeerWorks Permanently Closing All 5 Locations Due To COVID Pandemic

Officers were able to handcuff him after a struggle and were forced to carry him to the booking area.

Naughton was placed under arrest and charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime and resisting arrest.

MORE NEWS: Moderna And Pfizer To Expand COVID Vaccine Trials For Young Children

MORE LOCAL NEWS FROM CBS BOSTON
[display-posts category=”local” wrapper=”ul” posts_per_page=”4?”]