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Lone DUI

The only arrest over the New Year holiday for alleged driving under the influence took place on the 3000 block of Harrison Avenue.

Police officers got a call that a man had fallen asleep in the drive-thru lane at McDonald’s, 3001 Harrison Ave.

When officers arrived, Tywon Begger, 20, of Coronado, California, had woken up, but refused to take a Breathalyzer.

He was jailed on suspicion of DUI.   

Passed out

Police officers got a call just after 1:30 a.m. New Year’s Day that an intoxicated man was passed out at the M&M Cigar Store.

Officers woke him up and he moved along.

Bad start

January did not start out great for Darrell Amundson.

Police officers got word that Amundson, 48, was working as a bartender at the Pair-a-Dice Bar, 1653 Harrison Ave.

Problem was he had a warrant out of Flathead County and officers arrested him on Jan. 1.

According to the police report, at the time of his arrest, Amundson had a pipe and marijuana in his possession.

New Year's Eve arrest

Michael DeShazo, 28, was arrested New Year’s Eve and charged with several misdemeanor offenses, including reckless driving, no liability insurance, driving with a suspended or revoked license, fleeing from or eluding police, resisting arrest, and obstructing a police officer.

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Officers observed DeShazo driving a car at 3 p.m. New Year’s Eve, and attempted to stop him. He eluded them and they later saw him near the corner of Evans and Hobson.

DeShazo reportedly took off running again, but officers were able to catch up to him on the 1400 block of Schley.

He was also charged with felony counts of probation violation and possession of methamphetamine.

Money missing

An employee at the Bus Transfer Station, 1324 Harrison Ave., contacted police officers late in the afternoon on New Year’s Eve regarding a theft.

The complainant believes an employee is taking money from the bus terminal area and from food vending machines.

The case is still under investigation.

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