Aberdeen Police made several drug-related arrests over the weekend, including one that started with a man exposing himself to people at Sam Benn Park. Lieutenant Kevin Darst said in a press release that an Aberdeen Officer was dispatched to the Sam Benn Park September 7th. They contacted a man sitting next to the restrooms that was naked from the waist down and had been reported exposing his genitals to the public.

The officer observed drug paraphernalia next to the suspect and asked him about it. The suspect admitted to using methamphetamine earlier. The suspect was arrested for Indecent Exposure. During the arrest, the Officer located suspected methamphetamine in his property. The suspect, a 34-year-old Aberdeen man, was booked into the Aberdeen City Jail on the indecent exposure and drug charges. His arraignment on the drug charges will be pending the conclusion of the drug case investigation. SR#A22517.

Darst said that same day Aberdeen Officers were called to Wal-Mart for a trespass complaint. Working with the Wal-Mart Asset Protection Team they arrested two suspects for Theft in the 3rd degree. The 26-year-old suspects were an Indian male and female from Forks. Both were booked into the Aberdeen City Jail. During the booking process, an Aberdeen Corrections Officer located suspected methamphetamine in the male suspects property. The males suspect was also booked on the drug charge and arraignment will be pending the conclusion of the drug case investigation. Sr#18-A22598.

The following day, Saturday September 8th, an Aberdeen Officer observed a subject walking in the 200 block of Park Street and recognized her. He checked her for warrants and found an Aberdeen Court Warrant. He stopped the suspect and placed her under arrest. The officer searched her purse and found a large amount of suspected Methamphetamine and suspected Heroin. The suspect, an Indian Female who is 26 years old, was booked into the Aberdeen City Jail for the warrant and drug charges. Her arraignment is pending the conclusion of the drug case investigation. Sr #18-A22677.