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Party’s Over, Time to Go to Jail

 

Unruly Guest and Excessive Ecstasy Begets Bad Behavior

 

Skippy Massey
Humboldt Sentinel

 

From the Arcata Police Department:

On January 24 just before midnight, the Arcata Police Department
received a call from the Motel 6 located at 4755 Valley West Blvd
in Arcata.

cistlerThe management was requesting assistance in removing a disruptive guest from the property.  The disruptive guest was reported to be highly intoxicated and making threats to other guests in the motel.

Upon the officer’s arrival, they located James T. Cisler, 31, of Eureka walking in front of rooms yelling and banging on doors.

Mr. Cisler was placed under arrest for public intoxication.

Mr. Cisler was found to be in possession of a large amount of a white powdery substance, which later was determined to be about 3.8 ounces of Ecstasy. 

Further investigation revealed that Mr. Cisler also was in possession
of one pound of marijuana and a small amount of concentrated cannabis.

Mr. Cisler was transported to the Humboldt County Correctional Facility
where he was booked and lodged for:

  • Possession of a controlled substance,ecstasy
  • Possession of over an ounce of marijuana,
  • And possession of concentrated cannabis

Mr. Cisler was also booked for his public intoxication.

The seized drugs had an estimated street value of approximately $9000, APD reported.

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Simply keeping a low profile has its advantages.

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One Response to “Party’s Over, Time to Go to Jail”

  1. Helen says:

    Is the guy retarded? From the looks of it he is.

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