Police reports released Oct. 29

Driving Under the Influence and Improper Lane Change Sunday, 10-18-12 12:27am; NW 28th and Pennsylvania Avenue; Incident # 12-10-042; arrested: Arthur Otis Ealy (no OCU affiliation); passenger: Thomas Wright (no OCU affiliation); impounded vehicle: brown 1985 Ford Crown Victoria; FTO Sergeant John Jackson and Officer Roland Garrett observed a brown Ford weaving between lanes. They stopped the vehicle and detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage about the breath and person of the driver, Arthur Ealy (no OCU affiliation); he also had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on his feet. He failed all of the field dexterity tests and was taken into custody. Mr. Ealy was read the Oklahoma Implied Consent law of which he elected to take the breath test. His vehicle was impounded and he was transported to the Oklahoma county Detention Center where he registered a BAC of .15%.

Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Fugitive From Justice (Violation of Suspended Sentence OCSO) Sunday, 10-28-12 1:40am; NW 23rd and Pennsylvania Avenue; Incident # 12-10-043; impounded vehicle: green 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT; arrested: David Warner Conway (no OCU affiliation) and passenger: Angie Danielle Niedo (no OCU affiliation); evidence: one clear plastic bag of marijuana .071 grams field tested positive for THC, and two multi colored glass pipes w/residue; Officer Michael Haynes documented by radar a green Mitsubishi travelling 47/30. He stopped the vehicle and checked the driver, David Conway and passenger Angie Niedo for warrants. He discovered that Ms. Niedo had an outstanding warrant form Oklahoma County for Violation of Suspended Sentence and took her into custody. As he entered the vehicle to obtain personal items for Ms. Niedo, he observed in plain view, an open container of beer and a glass pipe w/residue. He also observed a bag of a green leafy substance (marijuana) in the front driver side floorboard. The driver was arrested and transported to the Oklahoma County Detention Center by OCPD Sergeant J. Davis. The vehicle was impounded and Ms. Niedo was also transported to the county jail. The evidence was entered into the OCUPD evidence locker and will be submitted to OSBI for forensic analysis.



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