02/09/17  Camden Police Report


February 2, Camden police officer Dillion McGee was on patrol in the Cash and Washington area when he spotted a vehicle with expired tags. McGee made the stop and the driver of the vehicle, 27 year old Nia Key of Camden told McGee she didn't have a drivers license, it had been suspended. Dispatch learned her license was suspended in Hot Springs for court re-instatement fees. While McGee was filling out his impound paper work, a meth pipe was  discovered. He placed Key under arrest for possession of an instrument of crime. Her vehicle was impounded.

February 2, Camden police officer Andrew Tollefson observed a vehicle being driven by 66 year old James Moore of Camden driving erratically with the vehicle finally coming to a stop on Forrest Drive after the vehicle went partially into a ditch. The driver was asked if he had been drinking and said he just left a party. Moore was then given a field sobriety test, his blood alcohol content was .18. During an inventory check of Moore's vehicle several beer cans were located, including one almost full and cold to the touch. Moore was charged with DWI, drinking on the highway and driving left of center. He's to appear in district court March 15.