Failed breathalyzer test, prescription pills
Police arrested a 56-year-old woman after she failed her daily breathalyzer test through the 24/7 program.
According to police, Jayne Voelkel showed up for her breathalyzer test at the county jail Sunday as part of her release condition. Her test came back positive for alcohol, police said, and officers found two prescription pills on her person.
Voelkel was booked on a violation of her release condition and felony possession of dangerous drugs.
A 36-year-old man was arrested Sunday on two felony warrants out of Park and Gallatin counties.
Around 8 a.m., police received a call informing them a man was going through yards in the trailer court on South Excelsior Avenue. When officers arrived, they located Kaine Hanson with blood on his hands, reportedly from jumping fences, police said.
Officers soon discovered Kaine had a $100,000 warrant for motor vehicle theft out of Park County, along with a $25,000 warrant for failure to appear out of Gallatin County. Police found a small amount of marijuana on Kaine’s person, so he was booked in the county jail on the warrants and for misdemeanor possession of dangerous drugs.
Assault in a moving car
A 41-year-old man was arrested on a partner or family member assault warrant on Sunday morning.
Around 10 a.m., officers were called down to the Mountain Man Trading Post pawn shop in the 2000 block of Harrison Avenue. There, James Lochrie was walking around the store when a witness suspected he might be wanted.
When police arrived, they discovered Lochrie’s warrant an assault charge on Feb. 5. He was arrested for the misdemeanor.
Teens in trouble
Three teens were cited in three separate instances Friday related to tobacco, drug paraphernalia and disobedience.
According to police, East Middle School officials alerted officers that a 14-year-old student had tobacco on their person at 10:21 a.m.
About 30 minutes later, a 15-year-old student was cited at the Butte High Career Center for possessing a marijuana pipe.
At 11:30 a.m., officers were back at East to cite a student as an “ungovernable youth” for refusing to follow the orders of his teachers, police said.