20-year-old Zachary Holloway was charged with assault on an officer, vandalism, public intoxication, and resisting arrest after he went ballistic and threw stuff around in his stepmother’s garage, ran when she called the police, and had to be tased to be apprehended.
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.
45-year-old Claudia Hervas was charged with domestic assault after she used a cord to hit her son to get him out of her Cyprus Drive home, 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.
26-year-old Lakeitra Withrow was charged with public intoxication after she flagged an officer down on College Street saying she was suicidal. When searched, officers find a white rock that fell out of her bra that she claimed was crack.
63-year-old Roger Biehl was charged with aggravated domestic assault after he showed up uninvited to take tools that he says belonged to him and strangled his victim when he tried to stop him.
57-year-old Kimberly Lawrence was charged with aggravated domestic assault and false report after striking her fiance with the rearview mirror in her car, bloodying his face and bruising his eye. She told police she didn’t know him and was only giving him a ride.
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.
33-year-old Bogdan Tkachuk was charged with driving under the influence after he was observed by police to be unable to maintain his speed and stay in his own lane and when tested, blew a 0.209 BAC, which is over twice the legal limit.