Driver Receives Third DUI
Edmonson Voice Report:
A Radcliff man was arrested Wednesday night after a complaint and altercation with officers that led to force by a taser, according to Edmonson County Sheriff Shane Doyle.
Sheriff Doyle said that deputies were dispatched to the Minit Mart in Brownsville around 10pm on August 26th to respond to a complaint of an intoxicated customer, where they saw the suspected vehicle leaving the parking lot. The Sheriff said the vehicle had expired tags and a deputy activated emergency lights for a traffic stop but the suspect drove into the Brownsville Manor apartment complex, parked in a spot, and attempted to walk towards an apartment unit.
According to Sheriff Doyle, the suspect was ordered to stop and identify himself, as the Sheriff noted that all KY drivers are required to present identification if requested by law enforcement under KY law; however, the suspect then allegedly became belligerent and aggressive toward officers and then fled on foot.
The Sheriff reported that after several commands were given for the suspect to stop, a taser was deployed and the suspect was detained, who was identified as Ian Robbins, (22), of Radcliff.
Robbins was arrested and charged with: