Crime Man police accidentally set on fire this past summer arrested again

08:35  10 october  2017
08:35  10 october  2017 Source:   usatoday.com

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— The naked man Manitowoc police subdued and accidentally set on fire this summer is in the news again . Travis L. Tingler, 33, was picked up on arrest warrants at about 11 p.m. Sunday at Revolutions Bar after police received a complaint he was drinking at the establishment.

Travis L. Tingler © Courtesy of Manitowoc County Sheriff's Office Travis L. Tingler

MANITOWOC, Wis. — The naked man Manitowoc police subdued and accidentally set on fire this summer is in the news again.

Travis L. Tingler, 33, was picked up on arrest warrants at about 11 p.m. Sunday at Revolutions Bar after police received a complaint he was drinking at the establishment. This comes a few months after Tingler was arrested in July both for resisting arrest and lewd and lascivious behavior, and after police accidentally set him on fire while trying to subdue him with a Taser.

This time around, an officer arrived at the tavern and searched Tingler, finding a pair of black brass knuckles in his pocket, which Tingler claimed was his belt buckle. He also refused to be tested for alcohol use but did not have a condition of absolute sobriety while on bail, a police report says.

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Man police accidentally set on fire this past summer arrested again .

— The naked man Manitowoc police subdued and accidentally set on fire this summer is in the news again . Travis L. Tingler, 33, was picked up on arrest warrants at about 11 p.m. Sunday at Revolutions Bar after police received a complaint he was drinking at the establishment.

Manitowoc Police Department officers are recommending two charges of misdemeanor bail jumping, and one felony count of bail jumping, as well as one count of carrying a concealed weapon for Sunday’s incident.

In July, officers found Tingler in the street with no clothes on, shouting toward a nearby home that he had a knife and was going to gut the people in the house. Tingler told police he wanted to go home, but officers instead told him to put on a pair of pants they found on the lawn.

After he refused to get into a squad car, police reported that Tingler somehow picked up a lighter during a struggle with officers, and when a Taser probe hit the lighter, a combination of lighter fluid and electricity from the Taser caused Tingler’s beard and chest hair to catch fire.

An officer tried to pat the fire off his body, and Tingler continued to fight police. Police eventually subdued him, and he was taken to a hospital.

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