36-year-old Brian Holmes was charged with disorderly conduct, aggravated criminal trespass, and resisting official detention after threatening Starbucks employees and refusing to comply with officer’s demands.
34-year-old Latoya Hurst was charged with domestic assault, vandalism, and resisting official detention after she threw several items at her boyfriend’s Chevrolet Camaro and pepper-sprayed him in the face.
22-year-old Tierra Johnson was charged with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and resisting official detention after arguing with a man in a Shell parking lot before they both refuse to listen to officers’ commands.
18-year-old Keveauna Rice was charged with assault, disorderly conduct, resisting official detention, and vandalism after snatching down signs on jail walls and damaging a deputy’s vehicle.
24-year-old Laquitta Fields was charged with assault, disorderly conduct, and resisting official detention after she attempted to walk away from officers during a traffic stop and kicked an officer while being detained.
33-year-old Robert Spivey was charged with aggravated assault on an officer, resisting arrest, and vandalism after he damaged a coin return machine at Chester’s Truck Stop while acting erratic and bit a police officer during detainment.
17-year-old Kandarius McBride was charged with five counts of assault, evading arrest, and resisting detention when he brandished a weapon toward a family then fled in the grandmother’s car. He also experienced two seizures during transport.
20-year-old Brandon Brown was charged with intentionally evading arrest in auto, evading arrest, leaving the scene of the accident, reckless driving, reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon, resisting official detention, and theft of property after officers recognized the vehicle that he was in was stolen. He then wrecked, got out, and ran to hide in the woods until he was caught by a K9 officer.
36-year-old Tameka Mathis was charged with driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, violation of registration law, resisting official detention, refusal to submit to BAC test, possession of marijuana, and possession of contraband in a penal facility when officers found her inebriated and soiled in her vehicle at a convenience store and was then found with marijuana during booking.