Man in Possession of Meth Tries to Evade Police After He's Cuffed, LIVINGSTON, November 13, 2013 - At approximately 4 pm on November 12, 2013, Officer Scott Paske with Livingston Police Department initiated a traffic stop on South Washington in the parking lot of a feed store near the Sweat Shop Gym. The reason for the stop is that a vehicle occupant, Kelvin Jermaine Oguin, 35, of Livingston was in the car and there was a warrant out for his arrest for assault / family violence. Also present in the car was Nigel Sherod Farr, 23, of Livingston. Paske was quickly joined by Officer Kevin Ward. Officer Paske suspected drugs and when asked, Farr produced methamphetamine and fake weed. He was cuffed, but then decided to take his chances and run for it. Paske and Ward quickly subdued Farr a short distance later and placed him under arrest for 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance and 1 count of evading arrest. Oguin was also placed under arrest and booked into jail for his outstanding warrant.
35 year old Kelvin Jermain Oguin of Livingston was arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant.
23 year old Nigel Sherod Farr of Livingston was arrested for 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance and evading police.
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