The Eupora Police Department investigated these charges/incidents during July:
Speeding, 11; suspended driver’s license, one, suspended driver’s license (implied consent), one; expired tag, one; no insurance, three; DUI-1st offense (0.14 percent BAC), one; seatbelt violation, one;
improper equipment, one; improper turn, one; possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle (West Fox Avenue), one; possession of marijuana, (Highway 9 South), one; possession of drug paraphernalia (Highway 82 westbound ramp), one;
disorderly conduct, two; public profanity, two; harassment, two; phone harassment/threats, three; child visitation issue, one; gas drive-off (Tom’s Quick Stop-came back and paid), one; property damage (lawnmower threw rock and broke car window), one;
malicious mischief (damage to car on Hodges Drive and trash dumped on property on MLK Jr. Drive), two; dog ordinance violation (Noel Street), one; vandalism (Whites Creek Lake bathrooms), one; petit larceny (satellite receiver in Westwood, PlayStation III on Hodges Drive and AC window unit on Hodges Drive), three; simple assault, four; contempt warrants served, four; domestic violence, one
grand larceny (mower and trailer), one; burglary of dwelling (Nativity scene on East Fox Avenue and watch on Adams Avenue), two; auto burglary (CD player from vehicle in Southwood Apartments parking lot), one; and aggravated domestic violence, one.
The EPD investigated two traffic accidents, and made these felony and misdemeanor arrests:
Johnny Johnson: aggravated assault.
Domonique Brooks: contempt warrant.
Thomas Casey Narmour: possession of marijuana.
William David Oakman: contempt warrant.
Corey Patterson: contempt warrant.
Eric Jordan Ramey: possession of marijuana in vehicle and no proof of insurance.
Russell D. Tennyson: DUI-1st, suspended DL, improper turn and seatbelt violation.
Brick Townsend: disorderly conduct.
Evan Jackson Wade: possession of paraphernalia, suspended DL (implied consent) and no taillights.
Jerry Willhite Jr.: 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.