A man who allegedly helped a minor run away from home has been charged by Smithville Police.
20 year old Isaiah Curtis Sutherland was arrested on Thursday, February 23 for contributing to the delinquency of a child. Sutherland allegedly picked up the victim at her residence without the permission of her mother and helped her run away from her home on Wednesday, February 22. Sutherland took the victim back to her house early on Thursday, February 23. His bond is $3,500 and his court date is March 9.
31 year old Justin Lynn Murphy was arrested on Saturday, February 11 for violation of bond conditions. Police responded to an argument call and spoke with Murphy. A computer check with Central Dispatch revealed that Murphy was in violation of bond conditions for a domestic assault arrest that had occurred the day before. The victim of the assault was also at the residence. Murphy was taken into custody without incident. His bond is $1,500 and his court date is March 2.
58 year old Ricky Lee Dowell was arrested on Monday, February 13 for driving while his license were suspended. Police initiated a routine traffic stop and upon a check with Central Dispatch, discovered that Dowell's license were suspended for failure to pay fines or costs in DeKalb County. His bond is $3,000 and his court date is March 9.
32 year old Stephanie Summers was picked up Wednesday, February 15 on warrants for fraudulent use of a credit card. Summers allegedly used a forged credit card in the victim's name several times at different locations maxing the card out in the amount of $3000. Her bond is $20,000 and her court date is March 9.
25 year old Devin Duffield was arrested on Friday, February 17 for disorderly conduct. Duffield allegedly caused a disturbance at local automobile dealership and refused to leave the property when asked by employees. Duffield got into a Ford Mustang owned by the dealership and sat in the driver's seat refusing to get out even after police arrived and ordered him to exit the car. Police subsequently used a soft hand technique to get Duffield out of the vehicle and handcuffed him. He was placed under arrest with further incident. His bond is $1,500 and his court date is March 23.
22 year old Christopher Ray Woodard was arrested on Saturday, February 18 for domestic assault. Woodard allegedly assaulted his victim by twisting her left arm, punching her in the ribs and mouth, and busting her lip leaving physical evidence of an assault. His bond is $2,000.
41 year old Frankie Dewayne Bryant was arrested Sunday, February 19 for violation of an order of protection. Bryant was the respondent on an active order of protection and allegedly violated the order multiple times. His bond is $2,500.
38 year old Gregory Brian West was arrested on Sunday, February 19 for a second offense of driving under the influence. Police were called to check on a man who was possibly passed out at the wheel of a vehicle. The driver, identified as West, had slurred speech and he was unsteady on his feet. West was asked to perform standardized field sobriety tasks. He did so but performed poorly. His bond is $3,000 and his court date is March 2.
53 year old Anthony Maurice Charley was arrested on Wednesday, February 22 for possession of a Schedule VI drug for sale or delivery. While executing a search warrant at the residence of Charley, police found approximately two ounces of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana inside a black case in his bedroom. The substance was in four individually packaged baggies believed to be for the purpose of sale or delivery. Charley’s bond is $4,500.
36 year old Misty Nissa Bauer was arrested on Friday, February 24 for public intoxication and she was cited for two counts of simple possession. Police responded to a welfare call to check on a woman who appeared to be intoxicated. Upon arrival the officer found Bauer who showed signs of intoxication including slurred speech and being unsteady on her feet. An eye gaze nystagmus test was administered to Bauer and it showed signs that she was intoxicated. For her own safety Bauer was placed in custody and taken to the Police Department for processing. A search of her backpack revealed three loose pills believed to be acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitortrate, a schedule II drug and 18 pills in an unlabeled bottle believed to be carisoprodol which is a schedule IV drug.