Brazos County — Calvin Perkins, who has been to court 6 times on account of Public Intoxication, was handcuffed and brought to Brazos County Detention Center on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. He is charged with a Class B Misdemeanor since he has been convicted of Public Intoxication 3 or more times within 24 months.
A CSPD police report gives an account of the events leading up to Perkins’ arrest on April 16th:
The police received a call from Piranha Fitness Studio at 315 South College Avenue, reporting a man who had walked into the fitness studio wearing a guitar around his neck and was asking employees to fix his watch. When asked to leave, he refused but eventually left the studio before an officer arrived.
The officer then found Perkins, matching the description provided for the fitness studio intruder, inside a McDonald’s at 801 University Drive. Perkins was still carrying the guitar around his neck and showed signs of intoxication including a strong scent of alcohol, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes.
The Defendent then rated his current level of intoxication as a ‘5’ on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being completely sober and 10 being the most intoxicated he had ever been.
After Perkins failed to pass a sobriety test, he said he planned to ride his bike to a relative’s residence two-miles away. The officer decided Perkins risked crashing his bicycle or riding into traffic because of his current state. Perkins then proceeded to yell obscenities at a Middle Eastern male and female eating in the restaurant.
Perkins was then arrested on account of trespassing on another’s property, and being a danger to himself and others.