Not sure how he did it after his arrest since his hands should of been cuffed behind him if he had already been arrested. Assault suspect gives police officer ‘wet willie’ following arrest By Tim Hudson E-E County Reporter Friday, October 5, 2007 3:24 PM CDT A Bartlesville man found that giving a police officer a “wet willie” after his arrest Thursday was not such a good idea. According to court records, Louis Carlos Perales, 38, picked up an additional charge of assault and battery on a police officer after he put his finger in his mouth and then into an officer’s ear. Perales was already under arrest for threats to kill and public intoxication at the time of the incident. According to police, officers were dispatched to a residence on the 200 block of N.W. Mistletoe in reference to a domestic assault. Officers were told that the suspect was not currently at the residence but was on his way there. Officers saw Perales get out of a white SUV and “immediately started crowding” an officer. The report indicates Perales was “loud, belligerent, and uttering a steady stream of profanity towards his wife.” Perales reportedly told his wife “You better be gone when I get out because I’m going to kill you,” in Spanish. Perales’ wife told police that problems started when her husband was drinking at a party in Caney, Kan. He reportedly began threatening other party guests before going into a rage, pulling her hair and tossing her around. She said that she left Perales at the party. When she learned that another family member was bringing him home, she called police. * Bond was set in the case at $10,000.