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Smyrna Man Scuffles With Police at Courthouse

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DOVER, De.- Capitol Police have arrested a Smyrna man for scuffling with police outside the Kent County Courthouse in Dover on Wednesday.

Police say Michael Dorris, 36, was escorted out of a courtroom by court bailiffs after becoming boisterous and yelling obscenities. When officers attempted to place him under arrest, police say Dorris began fighting with the officers. He was subdued and placed under arrest.

Dorris is charged with disorderly Conduct, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.  He was arraigned and released on a $3,000 unsecured bond for a future court appearance.

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