The man’s relative, unhappy with the arrest, landed a charge of her own.
Travis Clinton, 33, 400 block E. Washington St., was charged with possession of crack, marijuana and cocaine, as well as tampering with evidence, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under suspension and a stop sign violation.
Sharece Clinton, 36, 3200 block E. Fulton St., was charged with disorderly conduct.
Officers stopped Travis’ vehicle on Elm Street for running a stop sign. They found two bags of marijuana in his pocket and a bag of crack cocaine on the floorboard, the report said.
Sharece Clinton and other relatives, meanwhile, walked out onto their porch to watch the arrest. Officers said they could watch, but not interfere. Sharece then began questioning officers’ search of the vehicle, and she tried to elicit comments from those on the porch as well, the report said.
Officers charged Sharece at the scene and released her, but Travis was taken to the Sandusky police station, where officers found plastic-wrapped cocaine in his hand, the report said. He was taken to the Erie County jail, where he remains on $24,000 bond.