3 patrol cars arrived to find Robert Jackson urinating in public.
Indian Springs Man Shows Up for Court Intoxicated, LIVINGSTON, June 30, 2009 - At approximately 10:55 am on June 30, 2009, Robert Jackson, 37, of Indian Springs arrived at Polk County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4, Judge McEntyre's office for court. According to witnesses, a bare footed Robert Jackson became belligerent and didn't want to wait for his turn and appeared to be drunk. Frightened clerks called the Polk County Sheriff's Office. Sergeant Perry Alexander, and deputies James Romero and Glen Edwards arrived to find Jackson urinating in public behind his car. Jackson was apprehended and charged with: Disrupting Court, Public Intoxication, and Indecent Exposure. Jackson also had multiple warrants out for his arrest. Jackson was taken to Polk County Jail and booked in. Jackson's vehicle was towed by a rollback wrecker from Harwood Wrecker Service where it will be stored in Livingston.
A special thank you to Perry Alexander, Glen Edwards and James Romero.
Jackson passed out in a drunken stooper in the back of a patrol unit.
Jackson urinated behind his Chevy Malibu.
Deputys search Jackson's car.
Jackson's vehicle was towed by Harwood Wrecker Service in Livingston.
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