Pennsylvania Police Arrest So-Called 'Nazi Dad' on Domestic Assault Warrant

'Nazi Dad' Arrested In Pennsylvania On Active Domestic Violence Warrant
Isidore Heath Campbell
Hunterdon County Police Department

03/15/2016 AT 05:00 PM EDT

A man who made headlines in 2008 for naming his son after Adolf Hitler and was subsequently dubbed "Nazi Dad" was arrested in Pennsylvania last week on an aggravated assault warrant from New Jersey, PEOPLE confirms.

Isidore Heath Campbell, 42, was detained last Thursday in Shippensburg, where police received a tip from a tattoo parlor owner.

According to a police spokesman, the business owner allegedly told detectives Campbell started acting strangely in the shop after a number of black patrons entered the establishment. Subsequently, the owner searched Campbell's name on Google and learned that Campbell had an outstanding warrant from last fall.

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The tattoo shop owner called police, who arrested Campbell without incident.

The warrant concerned a domestic violence incident involving Campbell's girlfriend, but police declined to provide additional details.

Campbell made national news in 2008 when a bakery refused to decorate his son’s birthday cake with the child's full name: Adolf Hitler Campbell. A local Wal-Mart eventually fulfilled the controversial order.

Law enforcement officials tell PEOPLE Campbell has already been extradited to New Jersey, but information regarding his bail amount and whether or not he has an attorney was unavailable.
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