Mentor man arrested at Disney resort after he was rescued from a lake

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ORLANDO, Florida-- A Mentor man was charged with several crimes after his stay at a Walt Disney World resort.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, Andrew Hall, 27, had to be rescued by a Disney marine unit after jumping into a lake.

Deputies say Hall was intoxicated and jumped through the plastic windshield of a golf cart as a restaurant manager tried to help him. He then jumped in the water and the marine unit came to help. But, authorities say Hall yelled racial slurs and refused to get in the boat.

He was arrested on charges of disturbing the peace at a public lodging establishment, grand theft and criminal mischief.  He's accused of causing about $5,000 in damages.

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