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West Side man charged after crudely refusing to leave house party

Dontaye Dutchin just didn't want the party to end – and, according to an arrest report, he found the crudest way possible to let a Buffalo police officer know that.

Dutchin, a 21-year-old Brooklyn native who lives on Forest Avenue, was at a large house party on Custer Street, near Main Street, at about 2:20 a.m. Sunday when University area police were called to break up the loud gathering.

Dutchin, who is black, was still standing on the property when a female officer, who is white, asked him again to leave. That's when Dutchin told her, "I ain't going nowhere, my cab is coming," punctuated by the N-word.

When the officer again directed Dutchin to leave, he responded with a crude sexual suggestion. That's when Dutchin was arrested and charged with obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct.

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