9:53 p.m. - Following reports of a suspected drug transaction on 15th Street, police followed a tan sedan to the For Your Convenience gas station and mart on 17th Street, during which the driver failed to signal. Departing from the station abruptly, the sedan proceeded to Commerce and back to 15th Street before it was stopped by police. The driver, Sean Hudson (no address), denied any wrongdoing and stated numerous times that he had no contraband in the car, but he also declined to allow officers to search his vehicle. Following an exterior sniff, K-9 Officer "Chief" alerted to the passenger side of the car, where police searched and found marijuana folded in paper in the driver's door and paper with traces of suspected marijuana in the passenger's door. Hudson was arrested and charged with drug abuse, failure to signal and obstruction of official business.
11:44 a.m. - Police were dispatched to Huntington Bank, 200 Lisbon St., for a pickup truck that had knocked over a light pole and become stuck on the pole base. The 1988 Chevrolet was registered to Davis Rawson of Lisbon Road, but carried plates returning to Cathy McCarthy of Hibbetts Mill Road for a 1997 Chevrolet truck. McCarthy was the passenger in the truck, driven by Steven Coil of Hibbetts Mill Road. Coil could not provide officers with a registration, proof of insurance or a drivers license, which he admitted had been suspended. Coil had a walking cast boot on his leg and said it had gotten stuck under the gas pedal. Both Coil and McCarthy refused medical attention. Coil was arrested and charged with driving under suspension, unauthorized plates and improper backing.
10:19 p.m. - A Chevrolet Malibu driven by Tariq Larkins (no address) was stopped by police on Clark Avenue after county dispatch advised Larkins had an invalid drivers license. They also advised he had a narcotics warrant from New Jersey that was outside pick-up range. Larkins admitted to not having his license, stated the car was a rental and had no proof of insurance. A K-9 sniff yielded no alerts, and Larkins and two passengers were searched, with a large wad of cash discovered but no weapons or contraband. Larkins was cited for driving under suspension and the car was towed.