EUGENE, Ore. -- A man was arrested Saturday after Eugene police were called to the Campus Inn following reports of an unknown man in the hotel's hot tub.
Police said William Amos, 45, refused to leave or give them his name.
Amos eventually got out, and police said that's when he fought with officers, reaching for one of their handguns. Police said before taking Amos into custody, they used a Taser and pepper spray.
The man is being charged with resisting arrest and criminal trespassing.
An officer is recovering from minor injuries.
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