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APD: Suspect Returns to Home after Alleged Attempted Break-in

A man returns to his ex-girlfriend's home while police are investigating her allegations that he had just attempted to break in.
Saturday morning at about 9:25 a.m., Officers Ernie Moscarelli and Jimmy Woods responded to a disturbance at a residence in the 700 block of Jeanette Street. A concerned citizen notified APD dispatch that a known male suspect had just broke a window at the involved residence. Officer Moscarelli arrived to the scene and contacted the involved female subject. The alleged suspect had left the scene. Officer Moscarelli’s investigation revealed that the female victim was at the residence when a male suspect, with home she had a dating relationship, attempted to break into the home. The victim alleged the suspect no longer lived at the residence. The investigation also revealed that the suspect had attempted to enter the residence by kicking in a door. The suspect returned to the residence during the on-going investigation. Officer Moscarelli learned that both parties had been involved in a verbal argument and that the suspect had become very angry and kicked-in a rear door and broke a window while outside the residence. These acts were witnessed. The investigation also revealed that there had allegedly been previous acts of physical violence between the two parties. The suspect was arrested for misdemeanor Assault (family violence) to prevent further family violence.

Sunday afternoon at about 5:35 p.m., Officer Jonathan Merrick contacted a motorist in the 1200 block of Briarwood Street for a traffic violation. Officer Merrick contacted the male driver and smelled the odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. The driver was detained and the vehicle was searched. The vehicle search revealed a white rock-like substance that tested positive for cocaine. The investigation revealed that the driver had attempted to destroy and hide the cocaine behind a radio. Approximately 1.4 grams of cocaine was seized. The driver was arrested for felony Possession of a Controlled Substance (cocaine).

Monday morning at about 12:10 a.m., Officer Carye Adkins contacted a motorist at Clinton and Sandefer Street for a traffic violation; the vehicle was operating without headlights. Officer Adkins contacted the male driver and immediately smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver. The driver conducted standard field sobriety tests which he performed poorly. The driver was arrested and transported to jail. The driver refused to provide a specimen for blood-alcohol analysis. The driver was booked for the offense of misdemeanor DWI.

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