The Mayor of Nisswa, Minnesota was cited for disorderly conduct and obstructing the legal process Saturday night after police say he confronted police officers who were making a traffic stop of a motorist. According to a police report from the Pequot Lakes Police Department, they made a stop around 8:30 p.m. Saturday night south of Nisswa on Hwy. 371. During the stop, Mayor Fred Heidmann was filming the interaction between officers and the motorist. Pequot Police say they asked him to stand in a safe area, but that he could continue filming. The police report says Heidmann, “immediately became belligerent and argued with the officers and then left the scene,” before returning a short time later to confront the officers. Police say he was placed under arrest, cited and released for his actions.