An early-morning traffic stop on Sunday resulted in the arrest of a Marion County man on a number of charges.
Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department Spokesperson Judy Jackson says that just a few minutes after 2 a.m. on Sunday, Deputy Andrew
Densford was dispatched to southbound I-65 in reference to a possible intoxicated driver. Authorities say they received reports that a pickup truck in that area was weaving in and out of traffic at inconsistent speeds, nearly crashing on multiple occasions.
Deputy Densford found the pickup truck and initiated a traffic stop. He reportedly spoke with the driver, 29-year-old Inocencio Calvo, of Indianapolis. Calvo allegedly told the deputy that he had been on the north side of Indianapolis and was heading home to Speedway, unaware that he was approximately one-hour south of his destination.
Deputy Densford reported finding Calvo to be in possession of cocaine. Calvo was booked in the Bartholomew County Jail on charges of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence, Possession of Cocaine and Operating without Ever Obtaining a License. Authorities say that he has since been released on $12,000 bond.