Two Warrens residents were referred to the Monroe County District Attorney for multiple charges after a Nov. 11 traffic stop.
Police stopped a vehicle driven by Sarah M. Geisdorf, 32, for an equipment violation. She reportedly told police she was the vehicle’s only occupant, but police noticed a man hiding in the back seat under a pile of clothes, who was identified as Robert Wade Kingsley, 34, who had five felony arrest warrants from Monroe County. He was handcuffed and removed from the vehicle.
A search of Kingsley reportedly uncovered a methamphetamine pipe, and a K-9 unit was summoned to the vehicle. After the K-9 detected the odor of illegal narcotics, police searched the car and reportedly found a small container with white residue.
The report says Kingsley was asked if Geisdorf knew of the warrants. He replied, “I believe so, but I can’t say for sure.”
Kingsley was referred for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. He also has a bond condition which establishes a 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew and prohibits him from possessing drugs, which triggered five bail jumping referrals.
Geisdorf was referred for harboring a felon and obstructing an officer.
In other Tomah Police Department news:
Two Suns Hunsucker, 38, Tomah, was referred to the district attorney for theft of library materials.
Hunsucker is accused of checking out three DVDs and failing to return them by the due date of Sept. 22. The DVDs are valued at $68.95, and Hunsucker owes $15 in late fees, according to the report.
Police have been unable to locate Hunsucker, and an acquaintance told police that Hunsucker had moved to St. Paul, Minnesota.
Trevor Michael Hanson, 35, Sparta, was referred to the district attorney for fourth-offense operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol content after police observed a vehicle revving its engine shortly before 1:30 a.m. Nov. 12 on Superior Avenue. Police followed the vehicle to Cameron Street and initiated a traffic stop.
According to the report, Hanson told police he was a “DD,” which an officer interpreted as “designated driver.” The report says Hanson had glassy eyes and was speaking in a slow, deliberate manner. After a field sobriety test, Hanson submitted to a preliminary breath test, which recorded a blood-alcohol level of .077. He has a bond condition that prohibits him from driving with a blood-alcohol count of higher than .02.
Hanson was also referred for operating a vehicle after revocation/drunk driving-related and tampering with an ignition interlock device.