1. Back to the Future
July 7, 5:38 a.m. Officer McKinney noticed a guy passed out in front of Chappell Hall. McKinney woke the guy up and asked him what year it was, to which the guy responded “2013.” McKinney asked what day it was and the guy again said, “2013.” The guy blew a .15 in the breathalyzer and was arrested.
2. The Light Aren’t On And No One’s Home
July 12, 10:37 p.m. Officer McKinney and Sgt. Smith stopped a car for driving without headlights on, but two cars pulled over for them. After checking with the first car and sending them on their way, McKinney and Smith checked the second car and found the driver was drunk and had peed on himself. The guy couldn’t begin a field sobriety test and was arrested. He peed on himself again while in the back of the police car.
3. Flee From the Scene of the High
July 14, 8:30 p.m. Officer Kennedy and Officer Simmons pulled a vehicle over for a broken brake light. When the vehicle stopped, a passenger fled and Simmons followed him on foot. Simmons lost sight of the guy near the Bellamy. Kennedy searched the vehicle and found weed and a handgun. The driver and remaining passenger were arrested.
4. The sweet smell of cannabis, I mean justice.
July 22, 11:38 p.m. Officer Williams pulled a vehicle over for driving with their headlights off at night. Williams smelled a strong odor of cannabis when she approached the vehicle. She searched both occupants and the vehicle with the help of several other officers arriving on the scene. Cannabis was found on the passenger. The driver was issued a traffic citation while the passenger was arrested.
5. Why You Gotta Be So Rude?
July 25, 5:47 p.m. Officer Williams was driving when a pedestrian threw her sandal at the police car. Williams approached the female and began to handcuff her with the help of several other officers arriving on the scene. The female spat in Williams’ eye and was arrested for disorderly conduct and simple battery. Williams went to Oconee Regional Hospital for precautionary measures.
6. You Kiss Your Mom With That Mouth?
Aug. 1, 2:29 a.m. Officer Smith and Officer McKinney saw a guy standing in the road cursing at a group of people. The guy saw the officers, approached them and proceeded to curse at them. He was acting belligerent and was arrested for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.