The Carroll Police Department reported a multitude of alcohol, drug and tobacco infractions over the course of the weekend. A man who was arrested Thursday and recorded a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of nearly three times the legal limit was arrested two more times this past weekend. A welfare check on 52-year-old Thomas Wood of Carroll was conducted Saturday, Feb. 8 in the 500 block of E. U.S. Highway 30, resulting in his arrest for public intoxication and trespassing. Then on Sunday, at approximately 6:45 p.m., a report came in that an intoxicated male was passed out in the bathroom of the Hy-Vee Fast and Fresh. Wood was again arrested for public intoxication, this time recording a blood alcohol level of nearly three and a half times the legal limit at .274. Another Carroll man, 35-year-old Chol Ajak, was arrested on Sunday at approximately 9:22 p.m. at 18th Street and Salinger Avenue. A traffic stop led to the arrest for driving on a suspended license, open container and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence after recording a BAC of .292. On Saturday night, two juvenile females, one 17 and the other 15, were arrested for possession of marijuana and 19-year-old Logan O’Brien of Carroll was taken into custody and charged with possession of marijuana and open container of alcohol in unrelated incidents. Very early on Sunday morning more juveniles were charged after a traffic stop. Two 17-year-old males were charged with possession of tobacco underage and possession of alcohol, 17- and 16-year-old males were charged with possession of alcohol and 19-year-old Michael Rahn of Indianola with possession of alcohol and supplying alcohol to underage individuals.
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