The Eupora Police Department investigated these charges/incidents during August:
speeding, 21; suspended driver’s license (includes one implied consent), six; no driver’s license (expired), two; no driver’s license, one; no proof of insurance, eight; seatbelt violation, one; child restraint violation, one; improper equipment (one headlight), one; DUI-1st offense, one; DUI-2nd offense (one 0.19 percent BAC and one other substance); two; possession of beer, three; failure to yield to emergency vehicle, one; run school bus sign, three; disregard for traffic device (stop sign), one; disorderly conduct-failure to obey officer, one; disorderly conduct, one; disturbing the peace, three; public profanity, two; trespassing, one; parking in prohibited area (school), one; dog and animal control violation, one; malicious mischief, one; damaged property, one; contempt of court, two; petit larceny, two; property damage, two; phone harassment, one; possession of marijuana in motor vehicle, one; simple assault, two; aggravated assault, one; auto burglary, two; burglary of a dwelling, two; attempted robbery, one; attempted burglary of a dwelling, one; burglary of a commercial building, one; and grand larceny, one.
The EPD investigated nine traffic accidents; and made one felony arrest and 15 misdemeanor arrests. Felony Arrests Raquita Sanders: aggravated assault.
Misdemeanor Arrests Keith Campbell: public profanity. Benjamin Fountain: petit larceny. Rachel Fountain: petit larceny. Michael D. Gray: improper equipment, possession of beer, DUI-2nd, suspended DL (implied consent) and no insurance. Keiona Alexandria Jackson: suspended DL.
Juvenile: trespassing. Toby Carl McKinley: public profanity. Crystal Gail Patterson: contempt warrant. Daren Patterson: failure to yield to emergency vehicle, suspended DL, DUI-2nd, no proof of insurance, failure to obey officer and possession of marijuana in motor vehicle. Tynisha Tashawn Saffold: suspended DL. Angela Jean Watkins: DUI-1st, no DL and no insurance. April Weeks: disturbing the peace. Kelvin Woodard: contempt warrant.
EDITOR’S NOTE: An arrest does not mean the accused is guilty. U.S. citizens are presumed innocent until they are proved guilty in court.