A man identifying himself only as “Jesus,” and claiming to be a government agent was arrested by Cleveland Police earlier this week.
According to a report filed by officer Josh Nix, he responded to the area after a 911 call.
Nix noted in his report he made contact with the man and he “wouldn’t answer any of my questions.”
Nix also noted the man had an odor of alcohol emanating from his person, slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet.
According to the arrest report, the man who stated his name was “Jesus” told Nix he was “an undercover agent” and refused to provide any other information regarding his identity or where he lived.
Nix could not find any personal identification on the man either, according to the report.
As Nix went to place the man into custody for public intoxication and criminal impersonation, the man attempted to pull away from the officer and a brief struggle ensued.
The man was arrested and transported to the Bradley County Jail where he was also booked on a resisting arrest charge.
- Four people were arrested during a traffic stop Wednesday morning and reportedly charged with underage drinking.
According to a report filed by deputy Marshall Hicks of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, he saw the driver of the car almost hit a curb, and swerve “back and forth” in its lane of travel.
Hicks performed a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, Tanner Voyles, 19.
Kelsie Walden, 18, William Millaway, 23, and Amber Millaway, 18, were passengers inside the car.
Hicks noted that it appeared “all subjects in the car had been drinking and he found only William Millaway was of the legal drinking age.
Upon searching William Millaway, Hicks located a small bag of suspected marijuana in his right pants pocket, according to the report.
Voyles was charged with DUI, underaged possession of alcohol, open container violation, speeding and violation of implied consent.
William Millaway was charged with simple possession of Schedule VI marijuana, and three charges of adult contributing to delinquency.
Amber Millaway was charged with underage consumption and possession of alcohol.
Walden was charged with underage consumption and possession of alcohol.
All were taken to the Bradley County Jail and booked on the charges.