Smithville Police charged two men with theft of property after a witness saw them take a woman's pocket book she had left in a shopping cart in the parking lot of Save-A -Lot last Thursday.
James Lee Adcock and John A. Judkins of Jefferson Road will be in court on the charge July 31st.
Officer Matt Farmer, in his report, states that " A woman had purchased groceries and after loading them in her vehicle, she forget to get her purse from the cart. A witness observed Adcock and his passenger, Judkins, take possession of the purse. The witness said Judkins got out of a vehicle and took a black and white purse from a shopping buggy. He took it back to the vehicle, put it in the floor board between his feet, and began going through it. The purse contained $50 in cash, a payroll check in the amount of $439, a debit card, credit cards, checkbooks, driver license, and social security card. One of the cards was used to obtain $62 in gas."
Bond for both men is $3,500.
Meanwhile, in another case, 32 year old Michael O. Bly was charged with criminal impersonation on Friday.
Detective Sergeant Jerry Hutchins, Jr., in his report, states that Bly, who was wanted for violation of probation, was seen at Greenbrook Park. When Officer Travis Bryant made contact with Bly, he stated his named was Bryan Bly and that his birth date was December, 1986. Officer Bryant identified him by comparing his tattoo's to a previous booking sheet and upon asking him again, Bly gave his correct name.
Bly's bond is $5,000 and his court date is July 17th.
Meanwhile, 25 year old Yesuandy Aramda of Miller Road, Smithville was arrested Saturday for a first offense of driving under the influence.
His bond is $1,500 and his court date is July 3rd.
Sergeant Joey Jones, in his report, states that "I responded to Royal Oak Apartments to a complaint of loud music. Upon arrival, I found the music coming from a blue vehicle in the parking lot and a male subject was behind the wheel. The car was running and he was passed out. Upon getting the subject awake and speaking to him, I noticed a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. The man stated that he had drank only two beers. Inside the vehicle were one- 12 ounce container of beer between the front seats and a 12 pack with only three containers left and another 12 pack with four left. All containers of beer were cold. The man could not stand alone due to his unsteadiness. No field sobriety tasks were performed but he did submit to a blood alcohol test."