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October 29, 2013

Car chase results in 4 arrests



CPD Sgt. Jeremy Alexander assisted in the investigation, and while searching the area around 1702 S. 15th Street found a subject  located under a flatbed trailer. The subject stood up and was identified as Austin Moore. He told police he ran because there was a warrant for his arrest. 

Moore told police Jillian Kizer was actually driving the Expedition and Craig Earls was also in the car. 

Upon reviewing the pursuit's video, Walker said he noticed both doors swing open and he could make out two additional figures running away from the car. 

Later in the day, CPD Officer Reid Kerr assisted Walker and the Department of Human Services in an investigation on Ridgecrest Drive. David Boyd, Robert Campbell and Kizer were located at the residence.

"While DHS was speaking to the child l noticed in the trash can in front of me a straw that was bent with tin foil around it," Kerr wrote. "It had obvious burn marks and was hanging at the top of the trash can. | also, through  my training and experience, noticed a smell of burnt marijuana coming from the straw. I asked Jillian if l could grab the straw out of the trash can and she responded by saying 'yes'. I removed the straw and underneath it was a red plastic zip look baggy with a white powdery substance inside of it. Sgt. Walker performed a presumptive field test for methamphetamine on the substance inside the white baggy and it came back positive."

The three subjects all refused to comment on who owned the drugs. Campbell and Boyd were placed under arrest and charged with possessions of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

DHS took a 5-year-old located at the residence and Kizer was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia.

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