Man accused of rubbing cop car with buttocks back behind bars | Crime
An Oklahoma man arrested last week after police say he rubbed his buttocks on an officer’s car must have liked the treatment he received at the Craighead County Detention Center.
Less than 72 hours after he was released from jail, Blaine M. Butcher,33, of Tulsa was back behind bars Monday morning.
At 2 a.m. Monday, May 13, Officer Timothy Burns was called to the Electric Cowboy, located at 2801 Fairpark Blvd., regarding a suspect who was “driving hazardously through the parking lot.”
When Burns arrived, he found Butcher speaking with an off-duty officer working security for the club.
Butcher had a “strong odor of intoxicants” and his eyes were bloodshot and watery, according to the initial police report.
When Burns said he was going to conduct a series of tests to determine his intoxication level, Butcher reportedly stated “I’ve drank way too much I don’t need to take a test.”
Burns stated Butcher finally agreed to take the test but said “I am going to fail it anyway.”
According to the report, he did.
At one point, during the “One Leg Stand Test,” Butcher told Burns “I couldn’t do that sober.”
Burns then administered a preliminary breath test on Butcher with a final result of .14, nearly twice the legal limit.
The officer then transported Butcher to the Jonesboro Police Department and administered three Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) tests. The final test result was .116.
Butcher was then transported to the CCDC and cited with careless/prohibited driving, no driver’s license and driving while intoxicated.
At last report he was being held in lieu of $1,350 surety bond awaiting a Monday afternoon court appearance.
Thursday night Butcher was arrested and charged with public intoxication after Officer Erik Johnson reported seeing him “wipe his buttocks” on Johnson’s patrol car.