Hopkinsville Man Charged with Promoting Contraband

Photo: Christian Co. Jail

Police say a Hopkinsville man is facing disorderly conduct and promoting contraband charges after a disturbance at a Hopkinsville motel over the weekend. Hopkinsville Police responded to the disturbance call at the Fairview Inn, located at 103 North Main Street, shortly before 9:00 Sunday night after 62-year old Billy Pullin after he reportedly became aggressive after renting a room. According to police, Pullin was refunded his money for the room and asked to leave the property due to his behavior. He then became loud with the officers and was reportedly yelling “Feed me, clothe me, take me to jail!” In addition, officers report Pullin gave them a false name and date of birth.

Police say Pullin was arrested and taken to the Christian County Jail where officers conducted a search of his bags and found two glass pipes. He was charged with 2nd Degree Disorderly Conduct, 1st Degree Promoting Contraband, and Theft of Identity.

 

 

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