EAGLE – A Bliss man charged with drugged driving and possessing medicine with intent to promote apparently wished to pin one thing on the deputies who arrested him.
He filed a grievance that one of many deputies had damaged his mobile phone throughout the arrest.
Drawback was, the deputies have been carrying physique cameras and a evaluation of the video confirmed that the person had deliberately damaged his personal telephone.
Matthew E. Craven, 33, was driving on Garry Street Wednesday. It was raining and, deputies mentioned, Craven didn’t had his headlights on.
Deputies additionally noticed Craven make an exceptionally vast flip from Route 362 onto Garry Street, prompting an tried visitors cease.
Deputies mentioned Craven refused to drag over and continued driving, swerving and never taking note of the emergency lights and sirens.
He finally pulled right into a driveway.
Deputies mentioned they smelled marijuana and alcohol and did discipline sobriety checks on Craven. He failed.
Deputies searched his automotive and located marijuana “all through the automobile.”
A protected on the entrance seat contained vacuum-sealed baggage filled with pot and psilocybin mushrooms.
In all, deputies discovered 19 ounces of marijuana and a pair of.2 ounces of mushrooms.
Craven was charged with fifth-degree felony possession of a managed substance with intent to promote, third-degree felony possession of marijuana, DWI, DWI by medicine, DWI by a mix of medicine and alcohol, unlicensed operation, failure to adjust to a lawful order, failure to maintain proper and failure to make use of headlights with windshield wipers.
Two days later, Craven was charged with third-degree falsely reporting an incident after submitting the grievance concerning the telephone.