A Richmond man was recently arrested for not one but two occasions in the past month, racking up a total of nine charges.
In the most recent instance, Richmond Police Department report that Dustin Isaacs was observed driving on Barnes Mill Road without an illuminated license plate, and then allegedly made multiple traffic violations.
Once stopped, the arresting officer noted that he had a suspended license, and a syringe in plain view. Following a search of the car, 7 grams of suspected methamphetamine and baggies were located. Noting the weight and nature of the seizure, Issas was charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and six varying traffic violations.
In an unrelated case less than two weeks prior, Isaacs was also, according to police, charged with 3rd degree criminal mischief. In this case, Richmond Police responded to a complaint about a security camera being damaged in the entrance to the Bay Colony Subdivision.
Upon reviewing the surveillance footage, it portrayed a man from various angles damaging the camera equipment. The total cost of damages for the camera exceeded $350.00.
Police were able to determine that the suspect seen crouching near the camera and tampering with it until the picture went blank was Dustin Isaacs.