CINCINNATI -- A man police say attempted to crawl under a bathroom stall a woman was using at a Cincinnati public library got a $9,000 bond at his arraignment in a Hamilton County courtroom Monday morning.
Colliens Bullucks, 39, was charged with voyeurism and resisting arrest after the reported incident at the Hamilton County Public Library on Saturday.
After police tried to confront Bullucks, they said he pushed an officer out of the way and tried to run out of the Walnut Street exit of the library.
Deputy Cantley said he drew his X-26 Taser and ordered Bullucks to the ground.
After an initial search, a scale was found in Bullucks' left pants pocket, according to court documents.
Bullucks also was charged with one count of possession of illegal drug paraphernalia.
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