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3/14/2017 - Visiting a common nuisance among multiple charges for Greensburg man - Click here to print this information

A Greensburg man faces allegations of visiting a common nuisance and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, both class A misdemeanors and possession of paraphernalia, a class C misdemeanor. 18-year old Bryce Thacker was charged in Decatur County Circuit Court on March 13th. According to court documents, a Greensburg Police Department officer was dispatched to West North Street in reference to criminal mischief by the suspect, who had been involved in an incident earlier in the day. A witness stated that the suspect had been yelling and punching the walls. The suspect advised that he was yelling, but only punching a door. At that point, the officer was advised to arrest the suspect for his involvement in an earlier traffic stop. In the earlier incident, according to the police report, the suspect was a passenger in a vehicle stopped by a Greensburg Police Department officer on North Brandt Street. When asked, the suspect stated that he did not have a driver's license. According to court documents, the driver stated that there was a pipe used for smoking marijuana in the center console and that there may be baggies of meth in the backseat. The driver and suspect were placed in handcuffs. The officer conducted a search of the vehicle and found a smoking device with burnt residue, alleged to be marijuana in the center console. According to the police report, the officer located a clear plastic hollow pen barrel and a small mirror with an unknown white residue, both commonly used for snorting narcotics. The officer also found a cut blue straw with an unknown white substance inside by the driver's foot. While checking under the driver's seat, the officer located a small bag of white crystal rock like substance, believed to be methamphetamine. The suspect allegedly stated that he knew nothing about the methamphetamine, but did know about the marijuana pipe. The driver was taken into custody and the suspect was transported to the Greensburg Police Department for an interview and later released. Upon his arrest in the second incident, charges were filed against the suspect.

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