Frequent flyer picked up for warrant while high on PCP, police suspect

Frequent flyer picked up for warrant while high on PCP, police suspect

Randall St. Julien Hancock has had a few run-ins with the law, if reports from the Orange Police Department are any indication. He made an appearance in the department’s reports (again) Sept. 25, when police picked him up for a warrant, and the officer who made the arrest reports he suspects at the time of the arrest the man was high on PCP (again).

According to the report, officers received a call regarding a suspicious person near 2nd Street and Schley Avenue at about 4:18 p.m. OPD Officer Patrick McDonald responded and met with a male matching the description given by the caller. The man identified himself Hancock. McDonald ran a check through dispatch and discovered the man had an outstanding warrant from Orange County for possession of a controlled substance and a $5,000 bond. The officer placed Hancock into custody, but had to stop by Orange Baptist Hospital for jail clearance because he believed the man was high on PCP – not too far-fetched considering a report from earlier this year.

On Jan. 4, OPD received a call regarding a family disturbance in the 200 block of Farragut Avenue in Orange and responded at approximately 7:35 p.m. Officer Michael Roush reported that when he arrived at the residence, people outside the home told him 28-year-old Randall St. Julien Hancock was inside and high on “wet.”

According to Roush’s report, “wet” is “street slang” for a marijuana or regular cigarette dipped in PCP and then smoked.

Hancock was arrested for public intoxication and taken to the Orange County Jail for the January incident.

After his recent arrest and after receiving jail clearance from the hospital, Hancock was taken to the Orange Count Jail (again) for his outstanding warrant.

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