A 42 year old woman is charged with domestic assault for allegedly hitting her 20 year old son during an argument at their home on Young Ridge Road.
Glenda Madonna Bogle is under a $2,500 bond and she will be in court on February 28. Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on Saturday, February 2 the sheriff's office received a call of a fight in progress at a residence on Young Ridge Road. Upon arrival, a deputy spoke with Glenda Bogle and her son, 20 year old Brent J. Bogle. According to Sheriff Ray, Brent had been drinking alcohol and wanted to leave the residence but his mother would not let him. The two got into an argument and Glenda allegedly hit Brent in the face with her fist. She was arrested and brought to the jail for booking. Brent Bogle was cited for underage consumption. He will also be in court on February 28.
23 year old Felicia Ann Moore of Rosewood Lane, Smithville is cited for possession of a schedule III drug. Sheriff Ray said that on Saturday, January 26 a sheriff's department drug detective found Moore to be a passenger of a vehicle which was stopped for a light law violation. Moore told the detective that she had pills inside her body cavity. Moore was brought to the jail where the pills were retrieved. Moore had eight Lortab (10 milligram) and thirteen Vicodin, which are both schedule III drugs. She will be in court on February 14.
32 year old Jared Scott Atnip of Allen Ferry Road is charged with public intoxication. His bond is $2,500 and he will be in court on March 11. Sheriff Ray said that on Monday, January 28 Atnip was in the courtroom of the courthouse. He was very unsteady on his feet and he had problems standing. His speech was slurred. Atnip was found to be under the influence and he was brought to the jail for booking.
26 year old Corey Robert Winchester of Roy Womack Road, Smithville was charged three times within five days last week for driving on a suspended license. His total bond is $7,500 and he will be in court on all the charges February 28. Winchester was first arrested on Monday, January 28.. Sheriff Ray said that a deputy spotted a vehicle on Sink Creek Road traveling in the middle of the road moving back and forth, left to right. The officer tried to stop the vehicle near the intersection of Sink Creek Road, Haley Road, and Roy Womack Road. The driver of the automobile did not stop for the officer, but instead pulled up to a residence and drove behind the house. The deputy followed the vehicle with his blue lights still activated and shown his spotlight into the passenger side window. The officer saw Winchester, the driver, swapping seats with a female passenger. The deputy knew that Winchester's license were suspended, having already given him a warning on a previous occasion. A computer check confirmed that Winchester's license were still suspended for failure to pay child support on November 6, 2010.
Five days later on Saturday, February 2, Winchester was caught twice driving on a suspended license. Sheriff Ray said that a deputy saw Winchester operating a vehicle at the intersection of Miller Road and Highway 146. Winchester had stopped in the street, got out of the car, and started walking. The officer had prior knowledge that Winchester's license were suspended due to the offense on January 28. The officer obtained a warrant against Winchester. In the second offense that day, a sheriff's department drug detective saw Winchester coming out of Walmart, getting into an automobile, and driving away. The detective followed Winchester from Walmart to Greenwood Drive and pulled him over, having knowledge that his license were suspended. He was transported to jail for booking.
34 year old Terra Elizabeth Taylor of Williams Lane, Alexandria is cited for possession of a schedule II drug (oxycodone), a suspended drivers license, violation of the financial responsibility law (no insurance), and failure to maintain a lane of travel following a February 3 traffic accident on Brush Creek Road at Alexandria in which her vehicle left the roadway, striking a mile marker sign. She will be in court February 21. Sheriff Ray said that Taylor, following the accident, could not provide a valid drivers license or proof of insurance. She was in possession of seven small round blue tablets, believed to be oxycodone. The tablets were in a pill container. Taylor removed the pill container from her pocket and handed it to the officer. Her drivers license were suspended in Wilson County in 2005.
38 year old Autumn Danielle White of Chapman Hollow Road, Dowelltown is charged with public intoxication. Her bond is $1,500 and she will be in court on February 28. Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, February 3 a deputy found a vehicle parked in the roadway on Vandergriff Road. He stopped to check the automobile and found White passed out in the passenger seat. She had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on her person. She was unsteady on her feet and her speech was very slurred. White told the officer that she had been around where methamphetamine was being cooked that day. For the safety of the public and herself, White was brought to the jail for booking.