CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati police officer charged with using weapons while intoxicated will remain on desk duty until the conclusion his case, according to Cincinnati's chief of police.
The Hamilton County Municipal Court complaint states officer David Jenkins was under the influence of alcohol while "acting as a police officer in an official capacity while off duty" Monday. He was carrying an AR-15-style rifle and searching hallways, according to the complaint.
"Officer Jenkins' police powers were suspended (Monday) and he has been reassigned to desk duty," a memo from Police Chief Eliot Isaac said.
Jenkins is charged with using weapons while intoxicated, a first-degree misdemeanor, and disorderly conduct, a fourth-degree misdemeanor.