A Trion man confessed to smoking methamphetamine three hours prior to driving, according to Summerville Police reports.
Officer Matt Pritchard stopped a Chevrolet Silverado that did not have working tail light about 3 p.m. Friday. The driver was Kevin Ray Glenn, 34, of 325 Mildred Street.
“This is Billy Joe Dooley’s truck,” and then he stated, “It was David Lassiter’s truck. It’s who I work for,” Glenn allegedly told Officer Pritchard. Officers did not confirm that information but found Glenn did not have any proof of insurance.
“He then admitted to using meth three hours prior,” Officer Pritchard stated.
Glenn was arrested for possession of meth, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects and driving with defective equipment of proof of insurance, according to jail reports.
Officers also reported during the past week:
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A Lee Street resident is missing a 27-inch flat screen television and about 25 DVD discs. A thief took the items while Tonya Caldwell was in jail in February.
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James Watkins, of Sixth Street, said someone stole his Galaxy cell phone valued at $40. It was taken from his living room table. “He also stated he called the phone and someone had changed the voicemail,” Officer Matt Pricthard stated.