ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — A 47-year-aged Louisiana male accused of making a scene and refusing to depart Disney Springs immediately after skipping previous a health care screening is scheduled to show up in court docket Monday.
What You Need To Know
- Kelly Sills, 47, was detained on February 13 soon after deputies say he skipped earlier a Disney Springs health-related screening
- After refusing to go by the screening, officers say he was told to leave the park
- When he wouldn’t go away, deputies arrested him on a trespassing charge
An off-duty Orange County Sheriff’s Deputy described coming into call with Kelly Sills, of Baton Rouge, when he would not return to the screening space.
Disney security initially began monitoring Sills at about 8:40 p.m. on Feb. 13, when he was observed skipping the screening necessary to enter the park, an OCSO report stated.
When a safety manager approached Sills, an argument broke out, the report claimed.
“I was standing close to 20 feet absent and soon soon after the conversation commenced, I could hear (Sills) … yelling at Safety Supervisor Chris and waiving his arms,” Deputy Kenneth Jorgensen wrote in the report.
The manager explained to responding deputies that Sills was no lengthier welcome at Disney Springs and he was “informed numerous times that if he refused to depart that he would be arrested,” the report explained.
Right after trespassing Sills from the assets, Jorgensen documented supplying the person an ultimatum, which he dismissed.
“I explained to Sills that I would count to 3 and if he did not get started going for walks, he would be issue to arrest,” Jorgensen wrote in the report. “I counted to a few and Sills nonetheless refused to depart the home.”
Sills was positioned in handcuffs and was taken to the Orange County Jail, the place he was billed with trespass on house immediately after warning.
According to court docket information, Sills was released someday the up coming working day on a $1,000 bond.
He has pleaded not responsible to the charge.
He is scheduled for a 10:30 a.m. pre-demo convention Monday in Orange County Circuit court.