Golf can be a competitive and stressful sport, but watch out how you take out that frustration.
A New Britain man is facing one count of creating a public disturbance after an incident at the Timberlin Golf Course Saturday afternoon led to a confrontation that quickly escalated and forced police to get involved.
Officers cited 41-year-old Carlos Jiminez, of 347 Stanley St. in New Britain, with creating a public disturbance following the altercation. He was allowed to leave of his own accord following the incident.
Police said Monday that Jiminez and a second man became involved in an argument at the ninth hole and police were called to diffuse the situation. Jiminez was aggressive, police said, but eventually calmed.
Breil Johanns, 23, of 9 Oak Drive in Berlin, was charged with operating under the influence, refusal to submit to a chemical test and failure to drive to the right, Aug. 24.
Darryl D. Wilson, 25, of 25 Beechwood Road in Bridgeport, was charged with operating under the influence, failure to drive in proper lane and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, Aug. 24.
The preceding arrest information was provided by the Berlin Police
Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Berlin Patch does not report infractions as part of the arrest logs.
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