Warrants are being sought for a local man who walked away from police questioning Friday night, according to a Summerville Police report.
Officer Lebron Jackson stopped a 2003 Chevy Avalanche truck on Sixth Street around 10:53 p.m. The driver, Terry Adams, 50, of Seventh Street, told cops that his driver license was suspended. As officers searched Adams’ truck, he left.
“I got to go to my mommas,” he told cops.
Adams then ran from the traffic stop toward Frank Street and disappeared.
“[I] recovered a small amount of suspected marijuana in the driver’s side floor area. The passenger stated that Mr. Adams tried to hand him some item just before the stop. The passenger was released with no charges. [I] filed for a criminal arrest warrant for Adams,” Officer Jackson stated.
Adams is being sought for obstruction of an officer and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, according to a police report.
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Other incidents during the past few days, according to police reports, include:
- Dennis Jackson Kellett, of Kellett Street, said someone attempted to break into his 2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer while it was sitting in his driveway. The criminal chipped the driver side window on the top during the attempt.
- Randy Lamar Clayton, 32, of Scoggins Street, Summerville, was cited for violation of open burn rules. He allegedly had two mattresses burning in his backyard Sunday morning.
- Chastity Holcombe, 24, of Third Street, in Summerville, was arrested for loitering and prowling on Friday night. “Ms. Holcombe did enter Wallace McClure’s residence for no reason and refused to leave his house. Ms. Holcombe could not give a reason for entering the house and did not know Mr. McClure,” Officer Lebron Jackson stated.