Police Log: Jan. 15 – Jan. 16

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Chloe Stewart, News Contributor

Tuesday, Jan. 15

Interfering with Public Transportation/Disorderly Conduct II

An officer responded to a bus route near Samaritan Hospital after CTS called to report a disorderly man refusing to get off the bus. The officer contacted the bus driver and they stated that an intoxicated man had been on the bus for nearly three complete routes and was yelling at other passengers, sometimes challenging them to fights. The driver stated he finally stopped and told the man to get off the bus and he refused, telling them to call the police. While speaking with the bus driver, the man tried to stumble off the bus and fell into a nearby shrubbery. The officer identified the man and took him into custody. The man was ultimately cited and released outside of the jail after they refused to take him.

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Probation Violation

An officer responded to a report of a disorderly male at a local bar. On arrival, it was revealed that the suspect had climbed onto the metal awnings that cover the sidewalk and entryway in front of the bar and was knocking on the second story windows. The man was visibly intoxicated and smelled strongly of alcohol when contacted. The manager did not wish to pursue charges and simply wanted the man to leave the bar for the night.

 

Wednesday, Jan. 16

Telephonic Harassment

An officer was dispatched to contact an employee at a local pizza restaurant regarding a report of harassment via telephone. The employee reported that a suspect called the restaurant and cussed at employees in addition to sending the delivery driver multiple messages–including a phone call and text messages–after being told not to. The suspect reported contacting the driver directly and then the store after not receiving their pizza for close to two hours. The suspect also admitted to calling one additional time in an attempt to order a pizza under a false name because, according to the log, “[they were] hungry and [the restaurant] was the only place still open.” The suspect was advised to have no further contact with the restaurant.

 

Unlawful Possession of Schedule III Controlled Substances

A woman was arrested for Unlawful Possession of Heroin, Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine and Unlawful Possession of Schedule III Controlled Substances. The woman was stopped in her vehicle for speeding. An officer’s K-9 partner alerted officers to the presence of illegal drugs in the car and the subsequent search revealed 5.33g of heroin, .63g of methamphetamine, two Suboxone pills and heroin paraphernalia. The car was left parked and the woman was transported to the Law Enforcement Center and cited.