In this answer, Cicero writes:
Resisting arrest must be ancillary to some other charge. You cannot just be charged with "resisting arrest" unless you are actually being arrested on some other charge (or interfering with someone else being arrested).
Is that true?
Can somebody be successfully prosecuted for "resisting arrest" only, without also being prosecuted for some other crime?
(Cicero's answer is for MA and the question is focused on NY, but answers can address any jurisdiction and disclose the jurisdiction.)