HOOKSETT, N.H. – A New Hampshire man was arrested after police said he caused a disturbance at a restaurant and kicked a police officer in the face.
Police said 26-year-old Ian Holland, of Auburn, N.H., began following the manager of the Applebee's restaurant on Hooksett Road from table to table and eventually into the kitchen. When he was escorted out of the building, police said he assaulted an employee.
Later, police said Holland became combative at the Hooksett Police station and kicked an officer in the face when he was being put in a police cruiser.
Holland was charged with criminal trespass, simple assault, and assault on a police officer.
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Man accused of assaulting Applebee's employee, kicking officer in face
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