MCFARLAND, CA — (12-28-21) — McFarland police announced the arrest of three men last Thursday for using anti-LGBT slurs against a child and another person in McFarland.
According to police, the trio identified as Cory Mellum, 24, Bradley Behling, 24, both of Arena, and Malik Yrios, 23, of Madison, rang the doorbell at a residence in McFarland at 3:40 p.m. last Thursday and proceeded to use “vulgar language and slurs” toward the resident and the child, McFarland Police Chief Aaron Chapin confirmed to JRL CHARTS LGBT Politics.
Chief Chapin went on to say that officers arrested Cory Mellum, 24, Bradley Behling, 24, both of Arena, and Malik Yrios, 23, of Madison, with the assistance of McFarland residents and other law enforcement agencies.
Mellum was booked at the Dane County Jail on two counts of disorderly conduct with a hate crime enhancer, said Chapin. Yrios and Behling were taken to the Dane County Jail for one count of disorderly conduct with a hate crime enhancer.
Chapin further added that the three suspects and the victims did not know each other prior to the incident that the attack appears to have been random.
Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
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