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Lockard and his attorney claim in the suit that police took him to Dearborn County Hospital and forced him to submit to a urine and blood test. Police said they obtained a warrant, but Lockard's attorney said his client was shackled to a gurney and had a catheter inserted against his will.
Arthur was required to undergo screening for intoxicants upon request under a probation agreement at the time, but his lawyer, Kevin G. Blondin, said the procedure was painful, invasive and unnecessary.
"He was held down kicking and screaming while they shoved a catheter into his penis," Blondin said.
Instead, Arthur should have been taken to jail when he refused to give the fluid samples, the lawyer said.