Richmond police arrested a man for first-degree trafficking in methamphetamine (less than 2 grams) and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia Tuesday morning after officers responded to a call about a disturbance at his home.

When officers arrived at the home, located on South Porter Drive in Richmond, they spoke with Danny McKinney, 61, according to a citation. Officers noticed glass pipes in the kitchen in plain view.

Officers also learned McKinney was wanted on a warrant, and officers searched him, the citation states. They found a bag with a crystal substance inside it, weighing about 4 grams. McKinney told officers the substance was ice.

Additionally, officers found a digital scale in McKinney's pocket, according to the citation. Inside the home, besides the pipes, officers found a loaded syringe with a clear liquid inside it, a metal spoon with clear liquid, cotton fragments, a straw, a razor and butane torches.

McKinney admitted all the items were his, the citation states.

McKinney was taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where he remained Tuesday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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Richmond police arrested Jonathan Todd, 35, Irvine, for second offense, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), no registration plates, license to be in possession, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, marijuana trafficking (less than 8 ounces) and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance Tuesday morning after seeing a vehicle with a license plate that had been canceled.

Officers pulled over the Chevrolet Malibu, and spoke with Todd, who was the driver, according to a citation. Officers could smell marijuana coming from inside the vehicle.

Todd told officers there shouldn't be anything inside the vehicle, the citation states. He also said that the vehicle didn't have insurance, and he didn't have his driver's license with him.

Officers obtained probable cause to search the vehicle and found a lunch box that Todd said was his. Inside the box, officers found a digital scale with residue, several syringes, several baggies and three other baggies with a green, leafy substance suspected to have marijuana inside them, the citation states. In total, the suspected marijuana weighed about 44 grams.

In a compartment near the steering wheel, officers found about 1.9 grams of a crystal-like substance suspected to be methamphetamine, according to the citation. In the vehicle's trunk, officers found a pipe commonly used to smoke marijuana. Todd said all the items were his.

Todd was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Tuesday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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Richmond police arrested Joshua Isaacs, 31, Candlewood Drive, Richmond, for public intoxication by a controlled substance after officers who were patrolling in the area noticed him slumped over between a business and a wall Monday afternoon.

Officers spoke with Isaacs, who was slow-moving, had slurred speech, red glossy eyes and constricted pupils, according to a citation. He could barely stand up, walk or talk.

Officers searched him and found a needle in his pocket, the citation states.

Isaacs was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Tuesday afternoon, according to online jail records.

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