32-year-old Krystal Scaletta was charged with theft of property and tampering with evidence after she was caught trying to steal $40 worth of items from Walmart. She then asked the loss prevention agent to not tell police about the weed in her bra.
33-year-old Antoine Gray was charged with possession of cocaine for resale and tampering with evidence after being found with over a half gram of cocaine in his rear end during a traffic stop regarding an expired temporary tag.
30-year-old Anthony Foggin was charged with violation of probation, tampering with evidence, possession of meth, and unlawful drug paraphernalia after officers discovered meth residue inside of a beer can during a routine traffic stop.
32-year-old Christopher Csicsak was charged with tampering with evidence and possession of methamphetamine when officers were called about suspicious individuals selling drugs on Main Street.
26-year-old Deundre Luckett was charged with tampering of evidence, driving on a suspended license, simple possession of cocaine, violation of his condition of release and improper lane usage. Luckett’s charges stem from throwing out a bag containing a white substance during a traffic stop.
30-year-old Sandra Neblett was charged with tampering with evidence, possession of methamphetamine, and paraphernalia when officers were called about suspicious individuals selling drugs on Main Street. Neblett claimed to be visiting her father.
30-year-old Troy Wright was charged with possession of cocaine with intent, possession of marijuana, unlawful drug paraphernalia, and tampering with evidence after police executed a search warrant and discovered the drugs and other related items throughout his apartment.
36-year-old Ryan Herndon was charged with four counts of aggravated assault and tampering with evidence when nurses and guards at Tennova Medical told officers he was unhappy with his care and pulled a knife on them after being escorted out.
58-year-old Craig Lindquist was charged with possession of cocaine, unlawful drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and tampering with evidence when he was found during a traffic stop to be in possession of cocaine and glass pipes. He then refused to cooperate with police.
31-year-old Jon Paul Proctor was charged with tampering with evidence after his father reported to police that he may have overdosed and led to the discovery of “suspected heroin” to be found in his toilet.