Police reported that Lucas had trouble finding his driver’s license, which he “overlooked three or four times,” and had trouble opening the vehicle’s door and had used the truck to keep his balance while exiting. He then failed several field sobriety tests, police reported.
During a portable breath test, he returned a .104 blood-alcohol concentration. While searching his vehicle, police reported locating five Loratab pills in a cigarette cellophane wrapper and a 4-inch straw used to ingest the prescription medication.
While at the Michael L. Becher Adult Correctional Complex, a second breath test was administered, which Lucas returned a .09 BAC.
Lucs was preliminarily charged with possession of controlled substance, manufacturing paraphernalia, and operating a vehicle while intoxicated, all class D felonies, and two class C misdemeanor OWIs.
House search results in heroin seizure
Clarksville police responded to 409 W. Harrison Ave. Sunday afternoon after an anonymous source alerted them to possible drug activity in the home.
On their arrival, they came into contact with the home’s residents, Justin Clay Love, 20, and Kevin Andrew Schuler, 18.
Police reported both men appeared to be under the influence of heroin and that Love was seen with “needle track marks in the bend of his forearms, also commonly associated with heroin drug use ... .”
During a walk through of the home, police reported locating in plain view drug paraphernalia associated with smoking marijuana and spice. When police asked the men if there was any other illegal materials in the home, they both said there was not.
A small lock box with a padlock on it was then found in the home by police. Both men initially denied ownership of the box, but Schuler later said the box was his and it was shared by him and Love. He then gave police the combination to open the box.