Jonathan S.L. Cole, 19, of 119 N. Park St., was charged Monday with illegal possession of prescription drugs and possession of cocaine.
Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department were dispatched to 1034 Heritage Court on a report of a man peering into residences around 5:55 p.m.
Victim Sarah Dauwalter explained she spotted a man looking into the rear patio doors of her residence. The suspect ran off when she confronted him and her boyfriend ran after him into a nearby wooded area.
The suspect was located on foot with two others.
Officers and Logan County Jail corrections officers recovered a plastic bag with powder cocaine and 2 1/2 prescription narcotic pain relievers from the suspect.
• Brian J. Evans, 34, of 1120 W. Sandusky Ave., was charged Saturday with possession of cocaine.
Around 3:40 p.m., he was observed driving a pickup truck with a broken windshield on Detroit Street near Auburn Avenue. The officer followed him to Heritage Drive and observed the pickup also had a broken brake light.
During conversation with the suspect, the officer observed the motorist’s hands were visibly shaking. He also was aware the suspect was allegedly using drugs.
The defendant permitted the officer to search the vehicle and his person. The officer recovered $325 in cash and a small amount of cocaine wrapped in a $1 bill from the suspect.
He was lodged in jail.
Patient removed from ER
Samuel L. Lockwood, 31, of 5360 County Road 29, West Liberty, was charged Sunday with persistent disorderly conduct after he became uncontrollable at Mary Rutan Hospital’s emergency department around 10 p.m.
Teen returns home
Kaylein M. Shough, 15, of 628 N. Detroit St., was charged with delinquency disorderly conduct Monday after she returned home from spending the night with a 20-year-old Upper Arlington man.
She left home around 10:15 p.m. Sunday against her parents’ wishes.
Motorist cited in crash
Alicia Love, 15, of Bellefontaine, was cited for failure to control, leaving the scene of a crash and no operator’s license after a 4 p.m. crash Monday at Cook Avenue and Albert Street.
She was northbound and turned right onto Cook. She lost control and the sport utility vehicle hit a fence. A license plate was found at the scene and the driver was located soon after.
Damage was light.
Read the complete police beat in Tuesday’s Examiner.