Crain Faces Criminal Mischief Charge
An additional charge has been filed against Trevor Levi Crain of Culbertson in district court.
On May 24, the felony charge of criminal mischief was filed against Crain, who is an inmate in the Roosevelt County Detention Center.
The charges read that on May 6, Crain injured, damaged or destroyed property of another in excess of $1,500 when he removed padding from the floor and bench area creating damage to a padded cell in the Roosevelt County Detention Center.
If found guilty of the charge, maximum penalties are 10 years in prison, a fine of $50,000 or both.
Crain was already facing four charges including three felonies after a search of his property took place during late February.
Crain has been charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs, meth, two counts of endangering the welfare of children and one count of criminal possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to court documents, a deputy observed Crain at a Culbertson bar/ restaurant on Feb. 25. Based on Crain’s release from district court, he was required to provide a breath sample to determine if he’s been drinking. Crain agreed and provided the sample that showed no alcohol consumption.
The deputy then advised Crain that he wanted to search his person and residence in accordance with his release conditions. At that point, Crain become uncooperative and refused the search. He was taken into custody.
During the search of Crain’s residence, the deputy discovered a .22 rifle, a large knife and several items of drug paraphernalia including four meth pipes, a digital scale and baggies with meth residue.