While Officer Scott was investigating the above incident, Officer Brian Poynor was dispatched to assist him. Officer Poynor contacted one of the male subjects at the incident location. The subject was warned to leave the property after conferring with a representative of the apartment complex. Officer Poynor observed what he believed was compliance to the order and he saw the subject get into a vehicle and drive away. After officers had finished investigating the original call, Officer Poynor was leaving the property when he observed the same male subject, that had been warned to leave, standing outside his vehicle a few buildings away. He was again told to leave the premises as previously warned to do so. The male subject refused to leave and was arrested for criminal trespass.
At about 12:30 this morning, Sgt. Jason Haak contacted a motorist in the 2100 block of Sayles Boulevard for several traffic violations. He contacted a male driver and smelled the odor of alcohol coming from him. Sgt. Haak's investigation revealed this subject showed indicators of intoxication. Officer Mary Guitar assisted in the investigation and the subject was given standard field sobriety tests which he failed. The subject was arrested and taken to county jail where the man provided breath samples. Breath samples taken revealed the driver's BAC to be 0.221 and 0.228. The man was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI).