Police on patrol located a Mercury sedan parked in the lot behind Immaculate Conception Church on 11th Street at 2:54 a.m. Oct. 20. Seeing movement in the car, the officer stopped and made contact with Michael Hipsley, who gave vague answers about looking for directions to girl's house and having family in Wellsville. Hipsley declined consent to search his car, which resulted in a sniff of the vehicle from East Liverpool K-9 Officer Evo, who indicated narcotics present. Inside the car, police discovered a small amount of suspected marijuana and two pills suspected to be Vicodin. Also found was a marijuana grander and $100 cash. At this time, Hipsley's brother, Santino Hipsley arrived, stating that Michael lived at a Riverside Avenue address. Michael was arrested and charged with drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia, with further charges pending identification of the pills.