Originally, the doctor thought all of this was happening because some party attendees may have parked in the neighbor's yard. However, he came to find out that police pulled him to the ground and tasered him because they had a warrant based on false information from his ex-girlfriend. The ex told police that the doctor violated her restraining order by harassing her at a gas station.
Eventually, the case was investigated. However, it was not by the police. The defense attorney found security video at the alleged gas station, which showed the woman, but not the doctor. Other video footage showed the doctor at a completely different location at a cell phone store. The case was later dismissed, but the harm is done.
Thanks to false allegations as a means to "get back" at an ex, the doctor suffered a heart attack and kidney failure, had his son witness him being attacked by the police and taser just before his death at what would have been a joyous celebration.
At some point, people will learn that you can not just make up stories to have other arrests as a form of payback.