Washington man gets prison time after bizarre arrest

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- A Washington man who behaved bizarrely during his July arrest has been sentenced to more than two years in prison.

The Olympian reports that 25-year-old Adam Lamar Fowler pleaded guilty Monday to assault and cocaine possession.

Court documents say Olympia officers were responding to a report of a man breaking a business' window and trying to climb a light pole. They say Fowler was holding a pig-shaped lawn ornament when police arrived and was aggressive during his arrest.

The records say Fowler had to be placed in a restraint chair with a ``spit sack'' over his head after mooning and spitting at an officer.

Prosecutors say an officer found a plastic baggie of cocaine after removing Fowler's right shoe and sock.