A broken headlight and a fake ID led to a Columbus driver’s arrest last night, police say.
Officers stopped a car with only one working headlight at about 2:40 this morning at State and Hinman Streets. The driver initially produced a driver’s license that was not hers, says Lt. Matt Harris, spokesman for the Columbus police. Officers found that the driver was actually 26-year-old Micah D. Orr of Columbus and that she was wanted on a Shelby County warrant.
As officers searched Orr before her arrest and at the jail, they also allegedly found three syringes and drug paraphernalia. She is facing preliminary charges of driving while suspended, false informing, and possession of a legend drug injection device and drug paraphernalia, as well as the Shelby County warrant.