An intoxicated Bonita Springs man is accused of pushing two women, stomping on a stranger's cell phone, throwing a doormat outside an East Naples convenience story and urinating on the floor of the Naples jail early Wednesday.
Witnesses said Donald John Kollecker, 24, was heading west on U.S. 41 around 1:45 a.m. when he hopped the median to pull into a 7-Eleven on the other side of the road, according to an arrest report. After getting out of the truck, Kollecker argued with and pushed two women, causing one of them to drop her phone, reports said.
The woman told deputies that when her phone hit the ground, Kollecker stomped on it so hard it broke. He then went to the front of the store, where he tripped on a curb, fell down and threw a doormat, reports said.
Kollecker told deputies he had been drinking at Pelican Larry's on Davis Boulevard. He declined to perform field sobriety exercises because he didn't want to be "embarrassed or humiliated," according to reports.
While at the Naples Jail Center undergoing a standard 20-minute observation period, Kollecker asked to use the restroom but was told he needed to finish the test. According to deputies, he said "it's too late" and urinated in his chair and on the floor.
Kollecker, of the 100 block of First Street, failed three breath tests, reports said. He faces charges of DUI, resisting an officer without violence, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.