The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department arrested a man last week for domestic assault after allegedly hitting his wife.
43 year old Donald Hugh Pack, Jr. of Antioch Road, Smithville is under a $1,500 bond and his court date is January 12.
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Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on Tuesday, December 27 a deputy was dispatched to a residence on Antioch Road for a possible physical domestic. Upon arrival the officer spoke to a woman who said that her husband, Pack had struck her on the side of the head with his open hand, causing redness. Pack was also struck during the incident causing his glasses to be broken.
30 year old Bransford Lee Patterson of Patterson Road, Smithville is charged with aggravated criminal trespassing. His bond is $5,000 and his court date is January 12.
Sheriff Ray said that on Friday, December 30 a deputy responded to a residence on Patterson Road due to an unwanted guest. Upon arrival the officer spoke with Patterson who was at a family member’s home. According to the family, Patterson had been beating on their door wanting to come inside. Patterson was escorted off the property and placed under arrest. Family members said they were fearful of Patterson. Officers had been called to the same residence the day before, Thursday December 29 due to an argument. Patterson had been ordered by his father, a deputy, and a detective not to come back to this property.
57 year old Barnie Creek of Winter Drive, Dowelltown is charged with public intoxication and resisting stop, frisk, halt, or arrest. His bond is $3,500 and his court date is January 19.
Sheriff Ray said that on December 31 a deputy observed a man walking on Highway 70 west in the area of Snow Hill Road. The officer stopped and spoke with the man Creek. He had an odor of an alcoholic beverage about his person. His speech was slurred and he was unsteady on his feet. Creek allegedly admitted to having consumed three alcoholic beverages at a nearby bar. The deputy transported Creek to his residence and let him out. Creek walked through his yard toward his home but then turned and walked back into the roadway. As he was being placed under arrest, Creek began fighting with the officer before ultimately yielding to the deputy’s commands to stop resisting.