3 Arrested Following Complaint At Apartment Complex

A complaint of people drinking, smoking marijuana and being aggressive toward others at a Helm Lane parking lot and stairwell resulted in three men’s arrests late Thursday night.
Police officers Justin Findley and Zach Brown were dispatched about just after 10:30 p.m. May 23 to the Helm Lane apartment complex, where they reported finding a 28-year-old male resident passed out. They woke him up. Believing him to be intoxicated to the point he was a danger to himself and others,  he was taken into custody for public intoxication.
A 38-year-old Sulphur Springs man was also contacted. Officers reported seeing open beer bottles and smelling marijuana and alcohol odors while talking to the man. He was alleged to be unsteady on his feet, to have slurred speech and glassy eyes. Believing he too was a potential danger to himself and others, he too was arrested for public intoxication, the officers alleged in arrest reports.
The third man reportedly tried to run up the stairway when police arrived. He was instructed to walk down to talk to officers. Marijuana and alcohol odors were allegedly smelled by officers while talking to the 29-year-old Sulphur Springs man. He was reported to be unsteady on his feet, have slurred speech and glassy eyes. He allegedly admitted he’d been smoking. Believing he too was a danger to himself and others, police took him into custody for PI, according to police reports.

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Author: Faith Huffman

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