Darren Doyle, story:
A Bowling Green man was arrested and faces felony drug charges after local law enforcement responded to a domestic disturbance call on Christmas Eve in Chalybeate.
According to an arrest citation, the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office responded to a 911 hang up call around midnight on Christmas Eve. The citation stated that deputies found a subject, later identified as Jerry Britt, (38) of Bowling Green, hiding in the garage of the residence on Noah Bledsoe Road. Britt was listed as the husband to a female caregiver of a 99 year-old resident of the property. Neither Britt nor the caregiver, who was listed as the victim, resided at the property.
The citation also stated that Britt had a hypodermic needle and a knife in his pocket and originally gave deputies a false social security number. Deputies also discovered that Britt was not to be allowed on the property, according to the document. The citation further stated that Britt admitted to both smoking and injecting meth while he was on the property and that a meth pipe was found in plain view on the countertop. Britt's current address did not match the address on his driver's license, the citation also stated.
He was arrested and charged with: