Centralia Man Faces Multiple Charges After Allegedly Yelling At Passing Motorists
Centralia Police say they located Jakob Jones and two other men walking a short distance away. Jones admitted being the one who was in the street yelling. He was initially arrested after police learned he had given them a false name. During a pat down search, they allegedly found a small package of cannabis and a small cannabis pipe.
Police also found that Jones was wanted on an outstanding ordinance violation warrant. He was taken to the Marion County Jail for obstructing identification, possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia as well as on the warrant.
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