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Man arrested after urinating on sheriff's building

– A western Michigan man released from jail found himself in custody again after urinating outside the sheriff's department.

Van Buren County authorities say the 42-year-old Holland man appeared at the sheriff's office to bail out a friend early Saturday. The man instead joined his buddy behind bars after a deputy looked out the window and saw him urinating on the building.

The man was drunk and told the deputy that he simply couldn't hold it. He was arrested for disorderly conduct.

Just three hours earlier, he had been released from the Ottawa County jail. The man's name was not released.

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