61-year-old construction worker Jeffrey Appel was involved in a DUI on November 18th. Officers confronted Appel on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard because his tail lights were not working, but officers noticed he was inebriated. Appel told them that he just had multiple drinks at the bar and was going home. He later consented to field sobriety tests and performed poorly on all of them. Appel was taken into custody and charged with driving under the influence.
23-year-old Austin Sweet was jailed on September 28th after an officer observed him swerving on Wilma Rudolph in his black Dodge Charger. Once pulled over, he told police that he had four drinks at the bar before driving. Police allege that Sweet smelled of alcohol, was unsteady, and had glossy eyes. He consented to sobriety tests but performed poorly and was taken into custody.
36-year-old Breanne Nixon was jailed on July 31st when an employee at Ebenezer’s Liqors and Wines reported that she was causing a disturbance at the business. When police arrived at the store, they observed Nixon showing obvious signs of impairment. While being questioned, Nixon ran outside, trying to enter her vehicle, but police apprehended her and placed her into custody.
Police say 22-year-old Dylan Trevor Kolenda invaded a random house on Timberdale Drive at 4:19 a.m. Sunday. Officers responded to the home invasion 911 call and detained Kolenda, who had been in a minor scuffle with the homeowner. Kolenda was extremely intoxicated and believed this was his home, but was unable to remember his address, which turned out to be next door. He was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.