A Cumby man’s unruly behavior, which reportedly included crashing at least one vehicle at his County Road 4737 property into another vehicle, resulted in the 35-year-old’s arrest around 12:30 a.m. Thursday for disorderly conduct.
Hopkins County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched earlier in the night to the residence, where his spouse expressed concern for the man, who was reported to be highly intoxicated. The wife, who was reportedly out of state, indicated to authorities she was concerned he would leave in one of their vehicles.
Upon arrival, deputies spoke with the man and determined no offense had occurred. One set of vehicle keys was located and turned over to the man’s friend, deputies reported. the Cumby man allegedly agreed to quit drinking and go to sleep, so deputies left.
Deputies were soon dispatched back to the location, where the man was reportedly making unreasonable noises by ramming one of his vehicles with another one of his vehicles, according to arrest reports.
Upon arrival, deputies reported seeing one vehicle backed into another one of the vehicles; the resident was not inside of either. He was, however, alleged to be making “unreasonable noise with his actions,” disturbing his neighbors, resulting in his arrest for disorderly conduct, deputies wrote in arrest reports.