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MAY 4

• Sgt. Sandy Castleberry was notified that Kendrick Ferguson, 31, had been detained on an outstanding warrant out of the White Hall Police Department. He was transported to the “Dub” Brassell Adult Detention Center for booking.

MAY 5

• Sgt. Sandy Castleberry and Officer Stephen Moreau responded to a domestic disturbance at 400 Green St. Melissa Ford reported that she and her husband, Daniel Ford, had been arguing throughout the day. She said that Daniel had been drinking for most of the day and at 12:15 a.m., he asked her to take him to get more beer. They drove to a gas station on Bryant St. from which Melissa drove away leaving Daniel inside as he made a purchase. When Daniel returned home about an hour later, Melissa stated that he was angry. According to Melissa, Daniel yelled at her and battered her including pulling her hair, pushing her against a wall, and flicking a lit cigarette at her. Daniel left the residence when he heard Melissa phone the police. He was not located but the officers advised Melissa on how to proceed with charges and how to get an order of protection.

MAY 6

• A theft was reported to Officer Brent Bridges by David Jones of Jones’ Feed Store located at 7004 Dollarway Road. According to Jones, a white male in a T-shirt and blue jeans loaded two trays of tomato plants into the back of his truck and drove away without paying. The vehicle was described as a primer-gray, late ’80s or early ’9’s model Ford pickup.

MAY 7

• Nickolas Jordan was arrested on a felony warrant by a Jefferson County Deputy. Sgt. John Zuber was notified of the arrest and Jordan’s two outstanding misdemeanor warrants out of White Hall for failure to comply. Jordan was transported to the “Dub” Brassell Adult Detention Center for booking.

• Patrolman Brian Hornsby was notified that a the Lincoln County Sheriff’s’s Office had John Boyd in custody. Boyd had an outstanding arrest warrant in White Hall and charges in Lincoln County.

MAY 11

• Patrolman Brian Hornsby responded to an accident involving a moving vehicle and a parked car. Treasure Golden stated that she was backing out of the driveway of 319 Regal Oaks Circle and did not see the unoccupied vehicle parked in the street. The front driver’s side bumper of the unoccupied Chevrolet Malibu was struck by the rear passenger’s side bumper of Golden’s Chevrolet Avalanche. Minor property damage was reported.

• Melanie Lunsford of 111 Dogwood Ave., White Hall, was traveling east on Highway 270 in the area of 7735 Sheridan Road when a deer ran out in front of her and hit the hood of her Honda Accord. The report was taken by Officer Stephen Moreau.

MAY 12

• Richard Parchman of Carthage, Mo., pulled into a parking spot at Big Red Travel Plaza with an oversized load and scraped the driver’s side of Sunny Ramen’s Freightliner tractor-trailer. Ramen stated that he was inside the gas station when the alarm application began going off on his cell phone. He walked outside to see that another tractor-trailer, driven by Parchman, had scraped the side of his trailer.

Parchman stated that he did not realize that he scraped Ramen’s trailer until Ramen came and told him.

Officer Brent Bridges reported that there was a large scratch on Ramen’s trailer and although Parchman’s vehicle and trailer sustained no damage, the cargo that Parchman was carrying was damaged.