A Westwood resident who was arrested three times in two weeks has been sentenced for two of the charges against him, while several others were dismissed as part of his plea agreement.
Logan Parker Brady, 38, was ordered to serve 300 days of an eight-year sentence with the balance of his time to be served on probation. He must pay a $2,000 fine and undergo an alcohol and drug assessment.
The charges for which Brady was sentenced are for possession of meth with intent to deliver and evading arrest on foot. His arrest on those charges came after Brady reportedly wrecked his motorcycle at his home on Indian Mound Drive and tried to flee from officers on foot but was captured.
According to the arrest warrant, “A black bag was located near the wrecked motorcycle. Mr. Brady stated the black bag belonged to him.”
A search of the black bag at Warren County Jail produced two plastic baggies containing a substance believed to be meth. Upon a search of his person, $1,830 was found in Brady’s wallet, the report says.