Kenneth W. Burgess, 35, of 11568 South Rd., was arrested on May 28 at the Washer’s IGA parking lot and charged with criminal trespassing in the third degree. According to the police report, this was a refusal of a trespass warning he was given on March 3.
Drunk dirving charge
On May 28, police received a call from the China Buffet reporting that Jin Yang, 41, of 1863 Main St., was drinking and causing a problem. According to the report, the suspect had left the scene by the time police arrived, but they managed to stop him at the I-24 exit on US 68-80. The suspect was allegedly unstable on his feet and was unable to perform any field sobriety tests. The suspect was then given a Breathalyzer test, which he failed after registering a .215 blood alcohol concentration, which is more than twice the legal limit of .08. The officer then checked the suspect’s license, which was suspended. The suspect was arrested and charged with driving under the influence in the second degree under aggravated circumstances and driving with a suspended license.
Consent search ends with arrest
On June 4, police stopped James R. Crenshaw II, 22, of 41 Candy Dr., for playing his music too loud. The suspect gave his consent for the officer to search the vehicle. The officer found two baggies under the driver’s seat that contained 12 smaller baggies in each one that was “packaged to resell,” according to the police report. When the officer asked the suspect if he had smoked any marijuana, he said he had smoked some at about 11:30 the night before. The report said the suspect’s eyes were red, and that the officer then found a small baggie of marijuana in his right front pocket. The officer found $85 in his pocket; 50 of it was in ten dollar bills and 35 was in fives. Crenshaw was charged with causing a nuisance with his vehicle, possession of marijuana, trafficking of marijuana, and driving under the influence in the first degree.
Man charged with harassing communications
Timothy Todd Allen, 38, of 3133 Maple Grove Rd., was arrested for “harassing communications” on June 6. Allen was appearing in court for an unrelated charge when he was arrested. The police report said that Allen showed up for his court date and “smelled strongly of alcoholic beverages.” He was given a preliminary breath test, which he failed, and was then also charged with alcohol intoxication.
Additional police reports available in this week's Cadiz Record.