Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. SANDUSKY POLICE WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21 7 p.m. - Venice Road and Cold Creek Boulevard, drunken driver refused to stop for police, led them on chase, disobeyed all kinds of traffic control devices, made wrong turn onto dead end street, driver drove car into cornfield where it got stuck, fled on foot but police used "reasonable force' to make arrest; Mark Stevenson, 43, 800 block Windswood Way, operating vehicle intoxicated, failure to comply, criminal damaging, resisting arrest, reckless operation, failure to drive in marked lanes, failure to control, improper passing, failure to signal turn; Amy Reddinger, 49, same, voluntary intoxication. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.


William Jeffers...

I hope they nail him on the "failure to signal turn"....the rest is no big deal.

Kottage Kat

Isn't most intoxication "voluntary"?  Never heard of mandatory intoxication, although most drunks will say " the Devil made me do it".  MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.     Kat with a K


should get life for not having wipers on (was raining)


Kottage Kat,


There is a certain madness for charging her for "voluntary" intoxication under the city ordinance because the perp has no defense.  Talk about "tools" in the policeman's tool box.  hehe

First we go to (d) and make a determination then we go to (b)(1) to see if the perp is annoying.  Merry Christmas to you.



(b) No person, while voluntarily intoxicated shall do either of the following:

(1) In a public place or in the presence of two or more persons, engage in conduct likely to be offensive or to cause inconvenience, annoyance or alarm to persons of ordinary sensibilities, which conduct the offender, if the offender were not intoxicated, should know is likely to have that effect on others;

(2) Engage in conduct or create a condition that presents a risk of physical harm to the offender or another, or to the property of another.

(d) If a person appears to an ordinary observer to be intoxicated, it is probable cause to believe that person is voluntarily intoxicated for purposes of subsection (b) hereof.





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