Smithville Police arrested a woman last month after she tried to pass counterfeit bills to buy merchandise at the Dollar General Store.
42 year old Sharon C. Malone was charged with criminal simulation on May 13. Malone allegedly used fake bills to make the purchase and was found to have more phony bills on her person when trying to make another purchase at the store later in the day. Her bond is $1,500.
30 year old Matthew Templeton Broadrick was arrested on May 30 for a third offense of driving under the influence, a third offense of driving on a revoked license, and he was cited for simple possession. Police said Broadrick was traveling west on Broad Street when he allegedly passed out at the wheel of his vehicle, ran off the road, and struck the front doors of O'Reilly Auto Parts. Broadrick then left the scene but was stopped by officers approximately two miles away. Police determined that Broadrick had consumed several beers and taken migraine medication. During a probation search of his vehicle officers found a small baggie containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana. A computer check revealed that his license were revoked in 2007 and 2015. His bond is $7,500 and he will make a court appearance on July 14.
44 year old Jeffery Banks was arrested on May 13 for violation of bond conditions related to a domestic assault charge against him. According to the warrant, Banks sat in the driveway of the house next door to his residence only 75 feet from where his victims were getting into a vehicle causing them to be afraid. His bond is $5,000 and his court date is June 9.
27 year old Jessica Bain was arrested on May 18 for a domestic assault and during a search of her purse incident to arrest, police found two alprazolem pills, a schedule IV drug, wrapped in a cigarette box plastic wrapper. Bain was further charged with simple possession or casual exchange. In the assault, Bain allegedly pushed the victim during an argument causing the victim to hit her wrist resulting in an injury. Bain will make a court appearance on June 16.
32 year old Steven Bly was arrested on May 17 for violation of bond conditions. Police were dispatched to a residence in reference to a domestic assault. Upon arrival officers heard arguing inside the home. After making entry, Bly was found in a back room. The victim was also there. Police learned Bly had been arrested on April 18 for domestic assault and wasn't to have contact with the victim. Bly’s bond is $10,000.
45 year old Chad Knowles was arrested on May 20 for a second offense of driving on a revoked license. Police stopped a vehicle bearing the wrong plates. After speaking with Knowles, the driver, and making a computer check through Central Dispatch it was discovered that Knowles didn't have a driver's license. Bond for Knowles is $5,000. His court date is June 16.
35 year old Meghann Shipman was arrested on May 27 for disorderly conduct. Officers were called to a residence on Smith Road where they spoke with Shipman. While trying to explain how to resolve her issue, Shipman became belligerent toward the officers and began to yell and use profanity. She was asked to leave the residence but when she walked outside Shipman continued yelling and cussing which caused a public disruption. Shipman had been advised previously to be courteous and stop yelling but she failed to do so. Shipman’s bond is $2,000 and her court date is June 9.
40 year old Angelea Nicole Vallem was cited on May 25 for theft under $500. According to police, video surveillance showed Vallem taking cash from a money bag that was laying on the victim’s desk. Her court date is June 23.
26 year old Joshua L Baxter was cited on May 25 for drug paraphernalia and two counts of simple possession. Police were dispatched to a residence for a vehicle break in and found Baxter still inside the car. During a search of Baxter's person, police saw a purple tube containing white powder residue, 6 pills for which he had no prescription, and a small amount of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana. Baxter’s court date is June 16.
49 year old Marty Brent Tallent was arrested May 28 for domestic assault and cited for vandalism. According to the warrant, Tallent assaulted a family member with a guitar several times leaving marks of injury and he continued his violent behavior by hitting his guitar on the hood of another person's vehicle several times causing damage. Tallent was later taken into custody without incident. His bond is $3,000 and his court date is June 30.
44 year old Del Angel Hernandez Eliazar was arrested on May 28 for driving under the influence and cited for violation of the implied consent law. Eliazar was found to be the driver of a vehicle which had been involved in a motor vehicle accident. He had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and person. His speech was slurred. He was unsteady on his feet and he performed poorly on sobriety tasks. His bond is $1,500 and his court date is June 23.