What looked like a routine drunken driving traffic stop turned out to be anything but for Greenfield police, ending with a man urinating on himself at the police station, police say.
According to the Greenfield Police Department report, an officer spotted a car cutting through traffic lanes on South 76th Street at 1:35 a.m. Oct. 4.
The officer pulled the car over at the intersection of West Cold Spring Road and West Forest Home. The 20-year-old driver from Milwaukee, who had a felony on his record and was on probation for possession of marijuana, smelled of intoxicants, slurred his speech and had glossy and blood-shot eyes, the report said.
The man, who blew a .13 percent blood alcohol content reading on the officer’s portable breath test, was arrested for drunken driving, but things were just getting interesting, according to the report.
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Officers said in the report they found two clear plastic baggies and a large jar containing marijuana and a plastic baggie of crack cocaine. Police also located a loaded .38 caliber revolver in the trunk, the report said, as well as four more empty mason jars and three scales.
There was nearly 15 total grams of marijuana in the vehicle and 1.01 grams of cocaine, the report said.
Once back at the police department’s booking room, officers, who had just stepped out of the room, heard a loud thud. When they returned to the room, according to the report, the intoxicated man was asleep on the floor and had urinated on himself.
In addition, police searched the man and found $653 in cash, the report said.
The man was cited for disorderly conduct for urinating in the holding room and for operating while intoxicated and operating a vehicle after with a suspended license.
Criminal charges for possession with intent to deliver marijuana, possession with intent to deliver cocaine and possession of a firearm by a felon are pending until fingerprint results from the crime lab are completed, according to police.