Inappropriate 911 calls lead to meth arrest

JONESBORO, Ark. – A man was arrested this week in Jonesboro after authorities say he repeatedly called 911 and made inappropriate statements. Officers found drugs at his residence.

The incident happened between 10:30 PM on May 2 and 12:28 AM on May 3 at the 300-block of W. Alpine Street, the report released by JPD to NEA Report said. The police report states that the suspect had called 911 numerous times and made inappropriate sexual remarks to dispatchers. Police responded to the call as a crisis intervention, making contact with David Bryan Lee Garcia, 32, of Jonesboro. The man was speaking incoherently, claiming he smelled gas in the residence and speaking about special agents in the area. Authorities noticed a meth pipe laying in plain view on the bathroom counter and found several pills on his person during a search.

Garcia was handcuffed and taken to the detention center, where he claimed he thought he was overdosing. Authorities then took him to St. Bernard’s for an evaluation before returning him to the jail. He was cited for misuse of 911, harassing communications, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a schedule 4 or 5 substance less than 28 grams. His court date was set for June 19.

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