The police chief also said: "There was an incident at the Cox Convention Center in which an individual was suspected of stealing some property. Officers did detain somebody and after detaining them and investigating it, there was no determination that a crime had been committed."
Police dispatch logs show officers initially were called to the Cox Convention Center about 10:45 p.m. Saturday for a public drunk call. About 11:25 p.m., an officer was called to transport a person to the city's detoxification center. The dispatch logs do not include information about the person detained.
The detox center is an alternative to the county jail and a chance to keep a person's record clean, the police chief said. Discretion is left to each individual officer whether a person goes to jail or not. Citty said the alternative allows a person to sleep off being drunk or high and also lessens the burden on the jail.
The labor commissioner oversees an agency of about 100 employees who are responsible for enforcing state labor laws. It also has inspectors who check amusement rides for safety.
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