Mischief charge laid after funeral disrupted in Woodstock: Police
The Woodstock Police Service building is pictured on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015. (Max Wark / CTV Kitchener)
MIDDLESEX CENTRE, ONT. -- Woodstock police arrested the same 57-year-old man twice on the weekend.
On Saturday afternoon, police were called to a funeral home for reports a man was disrupting a funeral service.
Police say in addition to causing a disruption, the man also defaced funeral home property with human feces.
The man was arrested and charged with public mischief before being released on an undertaking.
But on Sunday, police say the same man was arrested for breach of undertaking after he allegedly violated the conditions of his release.
He was being held pending a bail hearing on that charge.