Kamden Mack, 25, of Ann Arbor, was charged with felony escape and misdemeanor persistent disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing. Taylor Coats, 22, of Hudson, Michigan, was also charged with misdemeanor persistent disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.
Erie County sheriff’s deputies responded to Kalahari Resorts at about 8:15 p.m. March 5 after a lifeguard reported catching a man and woman allegedly having intercourse in a hot tub, according to a report. Security told deputies the man, identified as Mack, allegedly became “irate” after being confronted by the lifeguard.
Deputies spoke with Mack, who said he did not know why resort security was asking him to leave, the report states. He allegedly swore and yelled at security officers and deputies warned him to stop or he’d be charged.
Deputies explained why Mack was being evicted from the property, and he denied the accusations, as did Coats, according to the report.
Sheriff’s deputies left Mack and Coats with security officers and were preparing to leave when security informed them that the pair allegedly tried running from security officers, the report states.
Mack was caught and detained by security and deputies pulled him into the back of a cruiser after he allegedly refused to sit inside, according to the report. Mack then allegedly opened an unlocked cruiser door and took off running.
Deputies gave chase and eventually caught Mack and tackled him to the ground, the report states. They told him he was going to be charged with felony escape and placed him in custody. Deputies also arrested Coats after security found her in her hotel room.
Coats was released from the Erie County jail on her own recognizance. Mack was released from the jail on a $21,000 bond.