Monday night at about 10:15, a call came into APD Dispatch about a disturbance and a resulting vehicle crash at a residence in the 1200 block of Yeomans Road. Several more calls were placed to Dispatch about a vehicle crash and that several subjects were at the scene. Officers responded. Additional calls made to APD Dispatch also made mention of two vehicles involved in a crash as well as a resultant crash involving the perimeter fence of the apartment complex. As officers converged to the scene, subjects began walking away. Two subjects, subject #1 and #2 fled on foot and were subsequently chased on-foot by officers and detained. A third subject, subject #3, was located several blocks from the scene but began running when he saw police. Subject #3 was eventually placed into custody after evading police. The investigation revealed that subject #3 was identified by an eyewitness as the driver and sole occupant of a pickup truck that had backed out of a parking space and into another parked/unoccupied vehicle. Subject #3 then drove forward and through the perimeter fence and stopped with the front wheels resting on Yeomans. Subject #3 then fled the scene on-foot. Subject #3 had the strong odor of alcohol coming from his person and showed indicators of intoxication. A search of subject #3 revealed he was in possession of a marijuana pipe. Subjects #1 and #2 were found to be intoxicated and they were arrested for misdemeanor evading and public intoxication. Subject #3 was arrested for misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, evading, and for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Tuesday morning at about 1:10, Officer Andrew Valdez contacted a motorist in the 800 block of Peach Street for a couple traffic violations. Officer Valdez contacted two male occupants and was assisted by a K-9 officer. During the investigation the K-9 alerted on the vehicle for the presence of narcotics. A search of the vehicle revealed a pouch located inside a front compartment that was near the driver's seat. There was a string attached to the pouch for ease of access. A search of the pouch revealed several baggies containing a crystal-like substance that tested positive for methamphetamine. A records check revealed the driver had a suspended driver's license due to four previous convictions for driving while license invalid. The male driver was arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and for misdemeanor driving while license invalid.