Bill Murray's son was arrested for arson and assault and battery against a police officer after attending a Black Lives Matters march, according to reports.
Caleb Murray was apprehended on Monday after an altercation broke out between himself and authorities responding to an incident at the protest in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
According to a court report obtained by Page Six, the 27-year-old was involved in a confrontation that erupted between protestors and a resident, Eric Woods, who allegedly said the N-word and then punched a teenager in the crowd.
Caleb was reportedly uncooperative while being transported to the Dukes County Jail after his arrest, and allegedly spat twice on an officer, local newspaper The Vineyard Gazette reported.
Things escalated when Caleb was placed behind bars. According to the court report, he "used a piece of the cell to not only cut himself but cut the deputies."
Another officer alleged Caleb said that "once he got out of jail, he was going to burn down all the f–king buildings."
Caleb was charged with various crimes including arson, disorderly conduct, and assault and battery on a police officer. He was also allegedly accused of making terrorist threats and malicious destruction of property after allegedly "smashing Woods' window," but a district court clerk magistrate found no probable cause for the charges, The Vineyard Gazette noted.
Caleb was arraigned on Tuesday and ordered to be held without bond while waiting for a bed in an evaluation facility to become available. His case has been continued until July 31, Page Six reported.
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