Weekly Feature



2018-01-03 / Police Blotter

Marijuana brownies found in car

Saturday, Dec. 23

• Patrol was called to a residence on County Road for an intoxicated family member who was causing a problem. The person left prior to the arrival of patrol.

Deputies were called to the parking lot of Eastern Hills Mall for a report of several vehicles that were doing doughnuts. The vehicles were gone when patrol arrived.

Sunday, Dec. 24

Deputies responded to a disturbance on Shimerville Road. It was an argument between a man and his girlfriend. There were no charges. A domestic incident report was completed, and one of the involved parties left for the night.

A vehicle that was parked on Woodruff Drive was struck by an unknown vehicle sometime during the night.

Monday, Dec. 25

• A man called deputies with questions about custody of his children. The man was advised to go to family court and have his custody/visitation rights clearly set down in a written visitation order since the verbal agreement is not working.

Tuesday, Dec. 26

Deputies responded to a report of a vehicle that was stuck in a snowbank at Eastern Hills Mall. A 23-year-old man reportedly failed sobriety tests and was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated. He submitted to a breath test, which showed an alleged blood alcohol level of 0.20 percent.

Wednesday, Dec. 27

A resident of Park Avenue reported that a man appeared to be sleeping in a vehicle. Patrol spoke with the subject. He had been feeling ill and had pulled over to rest.

Thursday, Dec. 28

Deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle on Main Street and discovered marijuana brownies, a scale and concentrated cannabis oil in the vehicle. Three 19-year-old men were charged with controlled substance and marijuana possession.

Friday, Dec. 29

A vehicle was stopped on Main Street for a traffic infraction. There was a strong smell of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. Several small bags of marijuana were reportedly recovered, and an 18-year-old man was issued an appearance ticket for marijuana possession.

(Editor’s note: The Bee’s police blotter is a sampling of unusual calls received by the police department. It is not intended to be a complete record of all incidents reported.)

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