Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A man with a history of disrupting appearances by President Donald Trump was arrested during yesterday’s presidential visit to Rochester.

Police Lieutenant Mike Sadauskis says 36-year-old Samuel Spadino of Minneapolis is currently being held in the Olmsted County Jail suspicion of obstructing the legal process, disorderly conduct, and trespassing. The police reports say Spadino began repeatedly yelling “Dad!” at the beginning of the president’s rally inside the Mayo Civic Center Arena and the Secret Service requested police officers escort him out of the venue. He ended up being arrested because he resisted the officers in their efforts to remove him.

Lieutenant Sadauskis says 9 others were removed from the civic center during the rally, but they are not facing any charges.