WPD Arrests Several For Drug, Alcohol, Driving Offenses
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Woodbury Police Department Incident Reports

Sergeant John House charged Charles Matthew Gibbs with DUI 1st offense, violation of implied consent, possession of unstamped alcohol (moonshine), and violation of financial responsibility law following a traffic stop on May 7th, 2010.

Sergeant John House charged Wendy Deanna Mears with driving on a restricted license and operating an unregistered vehicle on May 12th, 2010.

Sergeant John House charged Ricky Dale Mainer with public intoxication on May 14th, 2010.

Sergeant John House charged Andrew Argo Langford with driving without a license on may 13th, 2010.

Officer John Fesmire charged Bobby Sanders with evading arrest and Elizabeth Hodge with assault on May 12th, 2010. Sanders attempted to evade Fesmire to avoid active warrants, Ms. Hodge snuck up on Fesmire while he was arresting Sanders.

Chief Tony Burnett charged Timothy G. Smith with possession of schedule II narcotics (oxycodone) and driving on a revoked license 2nd offense on May 13th, 2010 after a traffic stop for possible DUI.

Officer Tracey Stoetzel charged Gerald Ray Henderson Jr. with theft of property under $500 (license plate belonging to Holly Thrasher) on May 10th, 2010.

CCSO Incident Reports

Deputy Steve McMillen was dispatched to 460 Manustown Rd. on May 11th, 2010 where Chris Young reported that someone moving a house had damaged his mailbox. McMillen then made contact with Randy Lewis who had been moving the house. Lewis explained that he had to move some mailboxes to get the house through and that he would gladly repair any damage. McMillen went back to Mr. Young and explained. Young said that would be fine.

Deputy Steve McMillen was dispatched to Jim Cummings Hwy for a possible drunk driver on May 11th, 2010. There he found a tan Pontiac Bonneville driving at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was stopped at Ace Hardware and its operator, Jose Valdes, was found to be unlicensed. He was cited and the vehicle was released to a licensed driver.

Deputy Matthew Parsley responded to a stolen vehicle call at 183 Bradyville Pike on May 12th, 2010. There William Hayes explained that he'd woken that morning to find his 2005 Chevy Trail Blazer missing. A lot of broken glass was on the ground where the vehicle was. Later that day Rayburn Knox reported finding a Trail Blazer in his hayfield. Pelham's recovered the vehicle and Mr. Hayes was notified.

Deputy Eric Moss responded to possible internet fraud at 2575 West Poplar Bluff Rd. on May 12th, 2010. Tiffany Junker explained that she'd been in contact with a Ashley Gregory about some business but became suspicious. The only information Junker gave Gregory was her address so Moss advised her this was probably not enough to commit identity theft. Junker was advised to contact the CCSO if she received anything further from Gregory.

Deputy Tommy Barker served Regina Farless with warrants for Violation of Probation and Failure to Appear and Worthless Checks on May 12th, 2010.

Deputy Randy Neal met Ronnie Ramsey at the CCSO on May 13th, 2010. Neal explained that Ramsey was under arrest for stalking and took him to the booking room.

Deputies Randy Neal and Eric Moss went to 6817 Auburntown Rd and arrested Charles Douglas Cooper on a warrant for violation of protection order on May 13th, 2010.

Deputy Steve McMillen responded to a possible drunk driver at Hwy 53 Market on May 14th, 2010. There he saw Magnolia Stevens who was looking for the keys to her vehicle. Stephens said her friend Summer Williams next door had been driving. Neither subject was licensed. Williams was charged with driving without a license and lacking proof of insurance. The vehicle was turned over to a licensed driver.

Deputy Brandon Mimms responded to an accident at 552 Four Wheel Drive on May 14th, 2010. Angela Parsley explained that she'd been sideswiped by Bobby Bain's bucket truck. Damage was minimal and Bain promised to pay for it.

Deputy Brandon Mimms responded to a stolen van at 3907 Dickens Hill Rd on May 14th, 2010. Mary Smotherman explained that she'd let Randall Smotherman clean out her van but he had drove off in it. Ms. Smotherman waited four hours and Randall had not returned. She did not wish to press charges but just wanted her van back.

Deputy Steve McMillen responded to a vandalism call at 509 Pea Ridge Rd on May 16th, 2010. Hilton Ferrel reported that someone had broken a window on his rental property there.

Deputy Steve McMillen responded to a theft at 155 Porterfiled Road on May 16th, 2010. Sabrina Gomar explained that someone had taken some construction equipment from her father's home.

Deputy Reed Bryson responded to animals at large at 4445 Porterfield Rd on May 17, 2010. Peter Parker explained that his neighbor William Mizell had four horses and two dogs who frequently get into Parker's yard due to a bad fence. Bryson attempted to contact Mizell but was unable. Parker was advised he could pursue a charge but Parker only wanted a record of the incident for now.

Deputy Patrick Fann responded to a complaint of phone harassment on May 17th, 2010. Christopher Camp had made threatening calls from jail. A warrant was issued for phone harassment and a hold was placed on Mr. Camp.

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