POLICE LOG: Unruely subject arrested twice Monday

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Robert Tuck, 26 arrested twice in the same day causing disturbances, possessing narcotics and combative

Sacramento, CA | Subject causing a disturbance at City Hall arrested, released, re-arrested causing another disturbance and combative.

POLICE LOG:
Monday, Jan 9, 2012 @ 12:21Hrs: Disturbance , 900 block of I St, 1221, Officers responded to a subject that was causing problems and refusing to leave. The subject, Robert Tuck, 26, was found in possession of narcotic paraphernalia and arrested.

Monday, Jan 9, 2012 @ 22:55Hrs: Disturbance, 1100 block of C St, 2255, Officers responded to a call of a subject that refused to leave after being asked to. Officers arrived on scene but could not gain access to the building, as security and the suspect were on an upper floor. Security threw keys to the officer who unlocked the door and located the uncooperative and combative suspect. The suspect tried to flee via the elevator, but was caught and taken into custody. Arrested was Robert Tuck, 26. Apparently, he had been released from jail on his earlier arrest.

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