39-year-old Danna Cook was charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest after she was found walking around inebriated in the Hazelwood neighborhood and refused verbal commands in the process.
26-year-old Jeffrey Toso was charged with public intoxication in the St. Bethlehem area after an officer observed him stumbling along 101st Parkway near Pea Ridge Road with an open bottle of whiskey, per report.
21-year-old Julia Keller was charged with simple drug possession, unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and theft of merchandise after she was caught concealing $61.98 worth of alcohol from Mulligan’s Wine and Spirits, then proceeded to drive to her place of employment at Cheddar’s.
28-year-old Rachel Diller was charged with two counts of child abuse and neglect after police discovered that she left her two children, ages 8 and 6, unattended on a consistent basis while leaving for work in Nashville.
22-year-old Cody Yates was charged with joyriding, possession of marijuana, unlawful drug paraphernalia, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, driving on a suspended license, and leaving the scene of an accident after he crashed his grandmother’s car near Stone Terrace Apartments with a 16-year-old accomplice.
55-year-old Vincent Ferrell was charged with public intoxication near the intersection of College and North 1st Street after a complaint was received about a man wandering in the middle of the road.
37-year-old Joshua Mullins was charged with abuse of the elderly, forgery, two counts of identity theft, two counts of theft of property, and violation of a restraining order. His charges stem from violating an order of protection near a home on Nashboro Road where he was then caught with three warrants for his arrest, according to the National Crime Information Center.
21-year-old Christopher Freeman was charged for domestic assault, vandalism, and resisting arrest after he threw a cell phone at his girlfriend during an argument, per report.
33-year-old Andrew Freeman was charged with theft of property in regards to a 2002 Ford F-150 truck that was stolen from a business on Jardco Drive that was valued at $4,000. The vehicle was found abandoned at Creekbend Mobile Home Park nearly a month later.
34-year-old Brandon Clifton was charged with public intoxication after being reported to be “acting unusual” in the parking lot of Plato’s Closet on Morris Road. Clifton was unable to complete sobriety tests and was unsteady while walking.