Loud-music arrest racist, man says

SANDUSKY Police arrested a Sandusky man Tuesday night after he accused them of being racists at his
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

SANDUSKY

Police arrested a Sandusky man Tuesday night after he accused them of being racists at his Prospect Street home.

Sandusky police were called to a party at the home of Gerald "Joseph" Goodsite Jr., 28, 1500 block of Prospect St., at about 9:50 p.m. Tuesday after a noise complaint.

Goodsite reportedly accused the police of being racist, saying they came to his house only because it was a "black party." The police report stated Goodsite screamed obscenities.

Goodsite was pinned against his front porch while another officer handcuffed him, according to reports. He reportedly smelled of alcohol.

The handcuffs reportedly left a wound on his right wrist, for which he was treated. He was placed in a holding facility and was issued charges when released.