A 36-year-old Lexington man caused several calls for service for Lexington area officers on Thursday and was even booked into jail twice. Shortly before 10:30am, a woman reported an unknown man knocking on her door and kicking it while attempting to get in. Lexington Police officers responded but, could not locate the subject. Officers were called back to the residence on a similar call but, could not locate the subject again. A short time later, officers were called to a convenience store on North Adams street for a man wanting to report a problem with legal documents. The man, Ahmed Mohammed, was developed as the person involved in the prior disturbances and booked into the Dawson County Jail at 1:45pm. He was released shortly before 3:30pm when bond was posted for him. But, he was returned an hour later after being arrested by the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office after a disturbance at a Lexington business, according to Chief Deputy Mike Hudson.
Mohammed was scheduled to be arraigned in Dawson County Court Friday afternoon but, was reportedly uncooperative. He’s been charged with 2nd Degree Criminal Trespass, Impersonating an Officer and Disturbing The Peace. He remained lodged in the Dawson County Jail until a court hearing can be held.