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Hudson Police: Open intoxicants, OWI arrests

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Counterfeit money was reported from Menard's on Gateway Boulevard at 9:36 a.m. Friday, Sept. 28. Staff reported a man attempted to pay for a $50 purchase with a $100 bill. The bill had indicators of a counterfeit. The transaction took longer than normal, and the suspect got nervous and left the bill and the merchandise at the counter. He saw a staff member following him and then took off running through the parking lot. The male appears to be connected with a prior counterfeit passing case that occured in Hudson.

Sticky fingers

• Robert L. Jackson, 33, Hudson, was cited for shoplifting after police were called to Fleet Farm on Industrial Street at 3:32 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28. Staff told police a man was seen removing a black pistol BB gun and placing it in his waistband. Jackson was handcuffed by police while they removed the pistol from his waistband. The cost of the attempted theft was $39.99.

• Motor vehicle theft was reported shortly after midnight Monday, Oct. 1 on Willis Miller Drive. The complainant told police he picks up his van at work at 11 p.m. to deliver papers. The van was parked at 5 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30 and when he returned at 11 p.m. the next day it was gone. The spare key for the van, located inside the building, was missing. He said the building is hardly ever locked because several different drivers pick up papers. He said the van was also unlocked. A coworker saw the van in the parking spot around 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30. The van is valued at $31,000.

• License plates were reported stolen from a parking lot on Namekagon Street at 4:25 p.m. Monday, Oct. 1. The vehicle had not been driven in 2.5 weeks; the owner said the plates were taken at some point during that time.

• Two cordless drills were reported stolen at 12:42 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2 from Walmart on Crest View Drive. Staff said a man placed two drills, valued at $49.98 each, in his shopping cart before exiting without making a purchase. The man set off the security alarm system at the door, and ignored a motion by staff to come back and show a receipt.

OWI arrests

• Aaron A. Barber, 37, Altoona, was arrested for operating while intoxicated, third offense, after a traffic stop at 12:48 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 at Coulee Road and 11th Street. The vehicle driven by Barber did not have tail lights and did not initially have headlights on, and was traveling over the speed limit. During the stop an officer could detect the strong odor of intoxicants coming from the vehicle. Barber had bloodshot, glassy eyes, fumbled with his insurance card and said he misplaced his wallet, which was in his lap. Barber told the officer he had been drinking at the "Moose Knuckle." Standard field sobriety tests showed indicators of impairment. A preliminary breath test showed a blood alcohol content of 0.17.

• Connor J. Enright, 26, Oakdale, was arrested for OWI and prohibited blood alcohol content after a traffic stop at 12:37 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 30 at Locust and First streets. An officer noticed the vehicle driven by Enright did not have tail lights and had a piece of bumper dragging on the ground, and initiated the stop. During the stop Enright had bloodshot, glassy eyes and slurred speech. The officer could detect a strong odor of intoxicants. Enright told police he had "too much" to drink. Standard field sobriety tests showed indicators of impairment. A preliminary breath test showed a blood alcohol content of 0.17.

• Dasen Xiong, 28, Hudson, was arrested for OWI, operating with a prohibited blood alcohol content and cited for violating a red traffic signal after a traffic stop at 2:50 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 30 on Carmichael Road and County Road UU. While speaking with Xiong, an officer smelled a moderate odor of intoxicants emitting from the vehicle. Standard field sobriety tests showed indicators of impairment. A preliminary breath test showed a blood alcohol content of 0.115.

• Lucas Robert Jepperson, 26, Hudson, was arrested for OWI, second offense, open intoxicants, failing to install an ignition interlock device, operating with a prohibited alcohol content and inattentive driving after police were called to a disabled vehicle on Crest View Drive at 9:14 p.m. Oct. 1. Jepperson, the driver of the vehicle, was sitting on the curb and the side wheel appeared to be damaged. Jepperson appeared slow and lethargic, and an officer could smell the odor of intoxicants emitting from his breath. Standard field sobriety tests showed indicators of impairment. A preliminary breath test was not completed as Jepperson made no effort to attempt the test. Jepperson had a prior impaired conviction and had an ignition interlock device requirement. A search of the vehicle did not locate one. An open empty liquor bottle and an unopened bottle were found in the vehicle.

Property damage

Vehicle damage was reported at 2:05 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 for a large scratch on a car parked at a residence on Locust Street. The owner told police the car was parked on Friday, Sept. 28 at 3:30 p.m., and then driven to County Market on Crest View Drive that day. The was not sure if the scratch ocurred while in the parking lot.

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