DMR link National wrestling champion Mark Perry of Iowa was arrested this morning for public intoxication, according to the Iowa City Police Departmentâ€™s daily arrest blotter. Perry, 22, was arrested at 12:56 a.m. near the intersection Iowa and Muscatine avenues after officers were called to investigate an individual yelling profanities in the middle of the street, according to Sgt. Troy Kelsay of the Iowa City Police Department. The junior won the 165-pound NCAA and Big Ten Conference championships last season, and on April 14 received the schoolâ€™s Mike Howard Most Valuable Wrestler award. â€œThe coaching staff will investigate the matter and handle it appropriately,â€ Iowa sports information director Phil Haddy said this morning. Perryâ€™s blood-alcohol content was .200, according to the incident report. In the state of Iowa, you are presumed intoxicated when you have a level at or above .08. The report also said Perry â€œwas singing and ramblingâ€ in the back of the patrol car.