Officers charged Chad L. Tice, 34, Northside Avenue, with possession of drug paraphernalia Tuesday night after they were called to the Broadway Wharf for a man passed out in the restroom. There, they reported finding Tice passed out on the toilet, reporting he had obviously just used heroin, based on finding a heroin spoon in the toilet tank and a syringe and two bundles of heroin stamps found in his pockets. The stamps were sent for forensic testing to confirm they contained heroin.
Renee V. Morris, 43, Moore Avenue, was charged Tuesday with disorderly conduct, intoxication and open container in a motor vehicle after officers were called to Gina's Drive-Through for an intoxicated woman causing problems. They said Morris kept putting her hand inside her purse, even when told not to, and a can of beer was found in the console area of her vehicle.
Jennifer L. Boyle, 18, and Teresa L. Kennedy, 40, both of Wilbert Avenue, were charged with disorderly conduct Tuesday after officers responded to a report of a large fight at the Woodland Hills housing complex. They said a crowd of 25-30 small children and 20-30 adults had gathered to witness the altercation, and they found two other women screaming at each other in the courtyard. They pointed to Boyle and Kennedy as having been the ones fighting. Each accused the other of starting the fight, but officers watched a video captured on a witness' cell phone and said Boyle was standing in an apartment doorway, calling out Kennedy, saying at some point Kennedy threw a punch, with a fist fight ensuing between the two.