A Mankato man has been charged after causing a disruption at the Brown County Human Services Building on Thursday. According to the criminal complaint, an officer with the New Ulm Police Department was at the building discussing another case when he was alerted of a disturbance being caused by 26-year-old Kevin Lindberg. Lindberg was upset after staff told him that they couldn’t help him becasue he didn’t live in Brown County and began swearing, raised his voice, and made a comment about liking young girls. The officer was able to get Lindberg to leave the building but followed him as he drove away. After Lindberg reportedly ran two stop signs, the officer initiated his emergency lights, which led to a pursuit that lasted for about three blocks. Lindberg has been charged with Fleeing a Peace Officer in a Motor Vehicle, Disorderly Conduct, and Reckless and Careless Driving.