EXCLUSIVE: Ronald Reagan's Grandson Arrested; Read The Police Report

Jan. 7 2010, Published 7:58 a.m. ET

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Cameron Reagan, the grandson of former President Ronald Reagan has been arrested, has learned exclusively.

Reagan, 31, was taken into custody at 12:30 am Thursday at his parent’s old home in Van Nuys, California.

A panic button -- which is part of the home’s burglary system -- was pushed at the house and Los Angeles police quickly responded.

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When cops got to the home, they found Reagan allegedly drunk and hostile – yelling at the officers, calling them names and physically touching them.

Reagan is officially charged with resisting arrest. At this time, he remains in custody under $10,000 bond.

It is not know if Reagan or someone else pressed the panic button.

Besides being the grandson of Ronald Reagan, Cameron is the son of Fox News commentator and radio host Michael Reagan.

This is not Cameron's first run-in with police: he was arrested in 2001 after police said he broke into a car; they subsequently found a bag of marijuana. Cameron was ordered to attend a detox and anger-management program in connection with the incident.



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