CLEVELAND-- A Cleveland judge kept Shane "Rover" French in jail Saturday morning.
The judge set a $5,000 bond for French after being charged with a felony and misdemeanor following an alleged altercation with a Cleveland Police officer.
The host of "Rover's Morning Glory" on 100.7 WMMS was arrested early Friday morning after the reported confrontation with an off-duty Cleveland police officer on Whiskey Island.
Police say French and Michael "Chocolate Charlie" Toomey were arrested for resisting arrest and prohibited fireworks.
French returned to the air Monday morning and spoke solely about the allegations for more than four minutes shortly after 7:30 a.m. in which he labeled the allegations as "absurd, ridiculous and not based in facts whatsoever."
The allegations stem around an incident in which anofficer claimed to haveheard the fireworks coming from French's boat and asked him to stop.
Rover and Toomey were reported to be highly intoxicated and refused. That's when they allegedly started shooting fireworks at the officer, almost hitting him.
The officer then walked to the men, putting out a fuse used to light the fireworks.
The men then allegedly got into a shoving match with the officer as he stated he was a Cleveland police officer, showing his badge.
French's friends then grabbed the two and said they would take them in for the night because they were drunk. The officer then turned to walk away.
Frenchreportedly ran behind the officer and pushed him, saying, "I don't believe you're an officer."
The cop turned around and arrested him. French got free and ran to his boat with Toomey.
More officers showed up to the boat and both men were taken into custody.