33-year-old Cody Baggett was charged with tampering with evidence after a DUI arrest escalated upon his refusal to give up a blood sample for testing. He had already been arrested and charged for driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, use of off-road vehicle on highway, and violation of implied consent.
42-year-old Angelia Sweeney was charged with public intoxication after she was found stumbling drunk in a gas station on North Riverside Drive with no way to get home.
32-year-old Clifford Foster was charged with theft of merchandise after he was caught shoplifting from a store by loss prevention associates.
31-year-old Sean Carver was charged with domestic assault after an argument over money issues escalated into a smashed cell phone and a woman being thrown against furniture and the floor, per report.
34-year-old Thomas Heath Spain was charged with domestic assault when an argument turned physical after having a few drinks at Tilted Kilt and returning home.
21-year-old Kadin Smith was charged with 2 counts of aggravated domestic assault after police discovered he was holding a .38 revolver in his hand while involved in a verbal argument with someone in his household.
38-year-old Patrick Winter was charged with electronic tracking of motor vehicles and stalking after he placed a tracking device in the rear wheel well of his estranged wife’s vehicle.
48-year-old Jason McBryant was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespassing after being reported to police for disrupting business at Kroger on Madison Street and refusing to leave after being given a trespass warning by police.
40-year-old Kurt Harvey was charged with domestic assault when he broke into a residence after getting locked out because he was caught with another woman earlier that evening.
28-year-old Jack Lueders and 29-year-old Chantal Orosco-Lueders were charged with aggravated domestic assault after he told police she grabbed his throat and shirt, while she said he grabbed her arm, threw her to the ground, and held her by the throat. Police were not able to determine a primary aggressor.