A Campbellsville man was charged with alcohol intoxication Thursday after dispatch received numerous complaints from businesses and residents.
Chad Krupinski, 37, of Levelwoods Road, Campbellsville, began “causing problems” with the manager of IGA Express just before 9 a.m., according to dispatch.
“The calls were rolling in,” said City Police Chief Steve Johnson. “He was at Hometown IGA, banging on doors on Shawnee Drive ….”
Johnson said Krupinski appeared to have been “driving around doing stuff,” but he did not witness him driving.
Johnson apprehended him and transported him to the LaRue County Detention Center. Krupinski asked to go the restroom and when he came out, he claimed his colostomy bag had torn.
“He fell in the floor and said he was in intense pain … that he couldn’t live,” Johnson said.
An ambulance was dispatched to transport Krupinski to Hardin Memorial Hospital. However, when the ambulance “either slowed or stopped” on East Main Street in Hodgenville, Krupinski “bailed out and ran,” Johnson said.
Johnson located Krupinski in the Track Shacks/Pamida area and drove him to the hospital.
Once in Hardin County, Johnson turned over Krupinski to the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department. Krupinski faces several warrants there, Johnson said.
He was lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.