Villager files police report in altercation involving outside agitator at Trump event

Peter Davidson of the Village of Alhambra holds signs at Spanish Springs Town Square prior to the Trump event.

A Villager has filed a police report as the result of an altercation involving an outside agitator at President Trump’s event last week at The Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center at Spanish Springs Town Square.

Peter Davidson, 67, of the Village of Alhambra, contacted Lady Lake police on Tuesday to report his version of events which he said occurred at the Oct. 3 event at town square. Davidson’s lawyer had encouraged him to file an official account with law enforcement, according to the incident report from the Lady Lake Police Department.

Davidson said he and other anti-Trump supporters had gathered that day near TooJay’s Gourmet Deli and were blowing whistles. That’s when a Lake City man approached the group and engaged several women “face to face verbally,” the report said.

This video shows how tense things got at the square prior to the president’s appearance at The Sharon.

Davidson interjected himself between the man and the women and blew his whistle in an attempt to get the other man to back away. Davidson said the other man threatened him and then shoved his stomach with his hand.