CHICAGO (CBS)–A 31-year-old Plano man wearing a Bears jersey the night Chicago lost to Philadelphia was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest and aggravated assault of a police officer after an incident on Jan. 7.

Tyler J. Morris was pulled over on the 700 block of E. New York for not using his turn signal around 12:15 a.m. Monday police said.

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(Aurora Police Department)

As soon as he was stopped, police said Morris got out of his vehicle and immediately became argumentative and belligerent.

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Morris resisted the officer’s attempt to cuff him, according to police. A second officer arrived and both took him into custody.

Morris continued to threaten the officers throughout the arrest and booking process, according to police. 

He was also issued a citation for failure to use his turn signal.

One of the officers suffered some minor scrapes during the incident, according to police.

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