Smithville Police have arrested a man for exposing himself to a female mail carrier.
Roy Junior Wilkey is charged with indecent exposure and he will make a court appearance on Thursday, November 12. His bond is $2,500.
Detective Brandon Donnell was contacted by the postmaster who informed him that one of his mail carriers reported that as she stopped to deliver the mail Wilkey exposed his genitals to her.
On Thursday, October 29 Detective Donnell accompanied the mail carrier on her route and he observed Wilkey expose himself to the mail carrier.
In other cases, 33 year old James Glenn Barrett was arrested for driving under the influence and cited for violation of the implied consent law on Sunday, October 25.
Officer Tyler Patterson and Sergeant Brad Tatrow were on patrol when they came across someone slouched over in his vehicle at the McDonald's parking lot. Upon doing a welfare check, Officer Patterson noticed that the man, Barrett had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. His eyes were blood shot and he was unsteady on his feet. Barrett performed poorly on sobriety tasks. He was arrested for the safety of himself and that of the public. His bond is $1,500 and he will make a court appearance on December 17.
46 year old Claudia Childress was cited for simple possession on Sunday, October 25. Officer Tyler Patterson and Sergeant Brad Tatrow responded to a call of a suspicious person in front of the Emergency Room of St. Thomas DeKalb Hospital. The woman, Childress was found to have two pills in a bag for which she had no prescription. Childress will be in court on December 17.
49 year old Marty Brent Tallent was arrested twice within a week. In the first case, he was charged with criminal trespassing. On Tuesday. October 27. Officer Matt Farmer responded to Patty's Restaurant in reference to an unwanted guest. Upon arrival, Officer Farmer spoke with Tallent. After being asked several times to leave, Tallent was taken into custody. His bond is $2,500.
In the second case, Officer Tyler Patterson arrested Tallent for public intoxication. On Tuesday, November 3 Officer Patterson responded to a public disturbance and spoke with Tallent who had an odor of alcohol on his person. Tallent was also irate. For the safety of himself and the pubic Tallent was taken into custody. His bond is $1,500 and he will make a court appearance on December 17.
54 year old Robert John Sablich was arrested for aggravated assault on Tuesday, October 27. Officer Matt Farmer responded to a 911 disturbance call where someone was reportedly being assaulted. Upon arrival Officer Farmer spoke with the victim who stated that Sablich assaulted her in the office of the Department of Children's Services by striking her about the head and grabbing her by the throat as if he was going to choke her. After the assault, Sablich then left the area. Upon investigation and with the assistance of Detective Brandon Donnell and K-9 Officer James Cornelius, Officer Farmer located Sablich next door and placed him in custody. His bond is $8,000.