Police responded to the intersection of West 49th Street and Sixth Avenue around 12:47 a.m. on Oct. 24 after receiving a call from someone who said a man was running up to pedestrians and punching them “for no reason,” police said.
At the scene, officers saw Ramon Lloyd screaming and “following closely behind” a number of people at the intersection, a complaint filed with the Manhattan District Attorney’s office said.
Lloyd, 26, swung his fists at several people, hitting at least two in the face, the complaint said.
When two officers approached Lloyd, he stepped toward them with his fists up, police said.
"I'll kick your a-- and s--- my d---" he yelled at the officers, according to police.
As they tried to arrest him, he refused to put his hands behind his back and started swinging his arms, kicking his legs and "screaming incoherently," the DA’s office said.
One of the officers found a bag of PCP his jacket pocket, the complaint said.
“I can’t believe I smoked that PCP,” Lloyd told the officer, according to the complaint.
Lloyd was arrested and charged with one count of resisting arrest, one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance, two counts of attempted assault, one count of disorderly conduct and two counts of harassment, the complaint said.
He was released on recognizance later that day, and is expected to appear in court on Dec. 15, the DA’s office said.
An attorney for Lloyd did not immediately respond to request for comment Monday.