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Kentucky man now charged with Disobeying a Declaration of Disaster Emergency

A Kentucky man was arrested by Indiana State Police on a number of charges.  He now faces one more - Disobeying a Declaration of Disaster Emergency - Class B Misdemeanor.

 

The Hamilton County Prosecutor filed formal charges on Zachary Peters. Those charges include I.C. 10-14-3-12/MB Disobeying a Declaration of Disaster Emergency.

 

This is a circumstance where the stay at home order issued by the Governor was enforced as an additional charge to a crime. The official charges filed were:

 

  • Possession of Cocaine - Level 4 Felony
  • Carrying a Handgun without a License - Class A Misdemeanor
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance - Class A Misdemeanor
  • Possession of Marijuana - Class B Misdemeanor
  • Possession of Paraphernalia - Class C Misdemeanor
  • Disobeying a Declaration of Disaster Emergency - Class B Misdemeanor

Original press release

A Kentucky man was arrested by the Indiana State Police after a traffic stop led to the discovery of a stolen gun and several drugs.

 

Zachary Peters, 24, of Crestwood, Kentucky was allegedly driving 96 miles per hour in a 70 miles per hour zone on I-69 near the Hamilton and Madison County Line. Trooper Josh Thayer made the stop just after 10:30 pm.  During Thayer's interaction with Peters, marijuana, cocaine, and controlled substance (pills), a stolen gun and drug paraphernalia was located in the vehicle. 

 

Peters was arrested and transported to the Hamilton County Jail.

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