Authorities said an Eastlake man was arrested Thursday after a Willowick Police officer spotted him completely naked running in the streets at the intersection of Vine Street and Willowick Drive at about 7:36 p.m.
According to the officer's report, the man was foaming at the mouth, was "totally irrational" and was "yelling and screaming in a crazed manner."
The report goes on to say that the officer eventually attempted to use a stun gun on the man in order to get him into the police vehicle but he was unsuccessful.
Officers say that the suspect was taken to Lake Health West Medical Center, as it appeared he was under the influence of some sort of drug.
The male was cited for disorderly conduct and is set to appear in Willoughby Municipal court on March 27, according to court records.
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