June 22, 2013

Suspect claims he was too intoxicated to know what he was doing

The Express-Star

CHICKASHA — Chickasha Police apprehended Kyle Moore at the Chickasha Villa Apartments on June 20 after receiving a call of a burglary in progress.

Officer Gillian Rainey ordered Morris, who initially identified himself as someone else, out of a Ford Taurus in front of the apartments after arriving to the scene.

Rainey then found pills and paperwork that did not belong to Moore on Moore’s person. A plastic bag was also found near Morris that contained the purse, wallet, laptop, iPad and identification of someone else.

Moore was placed under arrest for second-degree burglary, possession of CDS and obstruction of the law.

He advised Rainey he was too intoxicated to know what he was doing and was unsure of why he had another’s property.

The property obtained was returned to its rightful owners with the exception of a powdery substance and a variety of pills that were sent to the OSBI lab for testing.