18-year-old Willie Peterson Jr. was charged with theft of property, two counts of evading arrest, and evading arrest in a vehicle after officers noticed he fit the description of someone who had just fled on foot from a stolen vehicle.
37-year-old Mark Harrison was charged with theft of property, two counts of evading arrest, driving with an open container, and driving with a suspended license after he reportedly was chased by the cops and had multiple bottles of alcohol in his vehicle.
34-year-old Adam Lynch was charged with driving on a suspended license and theft of property after a deputy caught him asleep behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle with a suspended license.
31-year-old Zachary Scalf was charged with two counts of property theft and driving on a suspended license after he and his friend, Travis Spicer, filled plastic Target bags with video games and Blu-Ray sets.
29-year-old Travis Spicer was charged with theft after he stole video games and movies from Target with their shopping bags for a total of $750 in merchandise.
29-year-old Katina Hegger was charged with theft of property and vandalism after she broke a woman’s front window, claimed there was a dead body nearby to authorities, and was found to have an active warrant for theft.
69-year-old Bobby Morrow was charged with aggravated domestic assault, theft of property, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia after he reportedly strangled his girlfriend and stole her phone after she started an argument with him over the death of her friend.
28-year old Alexander Hart and 25-year-old Desiree Gwin were charged with theft of property after stealing $121.09 in merchandise from Wal-Mart.
37-year-old Dustin Roby was charged with theft of property and contraband in a penal institute after he was found sleeping in a stolen vehicle in the bay of a car wash and later found to have methamphetamine on his person at the jail.
24-year-old James Bourne III was charged with theft of property, violation of order of protection, compliance with financial responsibility, and improper stopping at a stop sign after attempting to sell a stolen pull behind trailer valued at $2,000.