An upstate New York fraternity brother was charged with reckless assault after he allegedly urinated on an officer respond to a call of a loud party over the weekend.
Albany police officers responded to calls of a loud party around 3:20 a.m. Sunday when they noticed several people inside and outside of a residence drinking alcohol and causing a loud commotion, according to a police report obtained Thursday by the Smoking Gun.
As cops tried to calm the disturbance, 19-year-old Noah McCall allegedly urinated off a rear staircase “directly onto a uniformed police officer,” according to the report. The fraternity brother “was quickly apprehended” and taken into custody, police said. McCall, a student at SUNY-Albany, is a member of Pi Kappa Phi, a fraternity that isn't recognized by the university because of a history of hazing, the Smoking Gun reported.
Police also arrested 19-year-old Luca Quinn, who was allegedly found with brass knuckles, Albany television station WNYT reported. He was charged with criminal possession of a weapon.
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Both McCall and Quinn were arraigned at Albany City Criminal Court and released on their own recognizance.
In addition to the arrests, officers also said they found “various conditions at the residence that were unsafe” and called building and codes inspectors to the scene. An evaluation found that home “was deemed unsafe and uninhabitable,” police said.