Glen McMillin, no address, was arrested Oct. 4 after police stopped upon spotting his vehicle parked at the side of Main Street near 15th Street, partially blocking south-bound traffic. McMillin confessed to not having a valid driver's license, but said he had been making a work delivery under privileges. Upon being told that he would be charged and his car would be towed and inventoried, McMillin admitted to an old hypodermic needle in the back of the car. Police discovered several needles, cotton swabs and a burned spoon. McMillin was arrested and charged with possession of drug abuse instruments, driving under suspension and impeding traffic flow.
An officer made contact with David Rudder after following him to his Crawford Avenue home the evening of Sept. 20 for driving a vehicle with no license plates and an excessively loud exhaust. Rudder stated that he had just purchased the car, which is why it lacked plates. The officer cited him for driving without license plates and issued a warning for the loud exhaust.
Kevin McIntosh came to the station at 10 p.m. Sept. 20 to report that the driver-side mirror of his 2008 Dodge had been broken when it was struck by a passing vehicle. He stated that he and his wife were watching a football game with the car parked on Franklin Drive and returned to find the mirror damaged.