• Shortly after midnight Jan. 19, a vehicle was stopped for expired plates. The driver admitted to having marijuana in his possession and that he had a valid medical marijuana card. The marijuana was in plastic bags and not in the prescription container. He was issued a summons for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia when an orange pipe was found.

• At Springfield Junior and Senior High on Jan. 21, a 13-year-old boy was arrested for disorderly conduct after failing to follow orders from his teachers to leave the room. When he was being escorted out, he swung back at the officer in an attempt to get away.

• At Springfield Junior and Senior High on Jan. 22, a 13-year-old girl was found in possession of a vape pen and admitted to using it during school hours. She was charged with a violation/juvenile use of tobacco products.


• A woman mailed two laptops on Dec. 30 through UPS. The company confirmed they received only one laptop on Jan. 14. The laptop has been listed as stolen.

• A woman on Fairwood Road turned in a wallet on Jan. 21 that was sent to her via mail. The wallet belonged to the previous homeowner but police could not find a working number for him.

• An officer saw a man he knew to have a suspended license driving on Jan. 28. He confirmed it was the man and pulled him over. The man also had a warrant and he was arrested.

• An officer responded to a vehicle stuck in a ditch on Jan. 28. Tire track marks could be seen leaving the road way to striking a telephone pole to the ditch. The driver’s eyes appeared to be red and dilated. The driver was under three driving suspensions and he could not pass standard field sobriety tests. He was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle under the influence. The driver said he was having an asthma attack and he was taken to the hospital. He was asked to give a specimen for alcohol/drug testing and he refused. He was issued a citation and summons before he left the hospital.