Just before midnight, Officer Edward Cutbirth was dispatched to a disturbance in progress in a parking lot in the 1800 block of South Clack Street. APD was advised that two men were fighting. When Officer Cutbirth arrived, a male subject that was involved in the disturbance was already detained. Other officers assisted in this disturbance call. His investigation revealed that the male subject was intoxicated and that the he had gotten into a physical altercation with another male subject. A friend at the scene was willing to take the subject home and the defendant was released into the care of the friend. Unfortunately, the male subject became upset before leaving and started yelling at people nearby. The subject had also allegedly jumped out of his friend's vehicle as it left the parking lot. Officer Cutbirth arrested the man for public intoxication.
At about 12:40 this morning, Sgt. Scott Hill was called out with a suspicious vehicle in an empty church parking lot in the 2500 block of South 27th Street. Officer Michael Garcia assisted with the call. A female subject was contacted and their investigation revealed that the woman was wanted on a theft warrant. Officer Garcia arrested the female subject and searched the subject's purse incident to arrest. He located five pills that were inside a belt buckle case. Those pills were determined to be Hydrocodone. During the search of the subject's vehicle more pills, identified as Carisprodol, were located. The subject did not have a prescription for these medications. The subject was arrested for her warrant and for possession of a controlled substance (Hydrocodone) and possession of a dangerous drug (Carisprodol).