Speck Mellencamp was arrested by Bloomington Police Department officers early Sunday morning on charges of resisting law enforcement and public intoxication.
Mellencamp, 22, was arrested at the corner of Kirkwood Ave. and Dunn Ave. outside Jimmy John’s at 3 a.m. on Sunday morning, according to the police report.
Mellencamp is the son of musician John Mellencamp, who resides in the Bloomington area.
Speck Mellencamp paid a $2,000 bail and was released on Sunday.
Mellencamp’s pre-trial conference has been set for September 6, according to the police report.
Mellencamp was previously sentenced in 2015 for battery, a felony, after a July 2013 fight. He served four days in the Monroe County Jail and was placed on probation for 364 days, according to the police report for that case.
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