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Man caught with his pants down, police find more than crack

Sandusky Register Staff • Jan 5, 2014 at 1:00 PM

A Sandusky officer spotted Carlos Daniels, 37, 800 block Perry St., near the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Division Street and — knowing there were warrants for his arrest — ordered him to stop.

Daniels, according to a police report, put his hands down toward the front of his pants and kept walking, even after the officer ordered him to stop again and pulled his gun while ordering him to show his hands.

Eventually, Daniels stopped and raised his hands, allowing his pants to slip down past his buttocks and his underwear to fall halfway down.

After officers handcuffed him, he said he was trying to tie his pants to run away but once he got them tied, he decided he was too drunk to run.

While in a holding cell at the police station, Daniels again put his hand down his pants, leading officers to strip search him. They uncovered crack, heroin and $642 in cash.

He was charged with disorderly conduct, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, tampering with evidence, trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in heroin, possession of cocaine and possession of heroin.

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