Smithville Police have charged a woman with three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card.
43 year old Regenia Kay Satterfield was arrested on Thursday, July 28. She is under a $7,500 bond and her court date is August 11.
Police report that on Thursday, July 21 the victim noticed that her debit card was missing from her residence and determined that Satterfield was a suspect as she had been staying at the home for a few days. Transactions provided by her bank revealed that the card had been used several times at the local Dollar Tree store. Upon a further investigation police learned that Satterfield had used the card without permission.
51 year old Rita Kaye Franklin was arrested on Monday, July 11 for driving under the influence. Police responded to a complaint of a reckless driver who had pulled into the Dairy Queen parking lot. Upon arrival the officer found Franklin to be the driver of the vehicle. She was unsteady on her feet. Her speech was slurred and she had slow motor skills and was slow to comprehend instructions. Franklin submitted to field sobriety tasks but performed poorly. The officer determined Franklin to be unfit to drive and she was arrested for DUI. Her bond is $2,500.
20 year old Daniel Lynn Johnson was cited on Monday, July 11 for shoplifting and contributing to the delinquency of minors. Johnson was observed taking and concealing items belonging to the store. He was stopped before leaving the business. With Johnson were two juveniles.
55 year old Robert John Sablich was recently cited for simple possession and drug paraphernalia. While conducting a probation search, police found in a kitchen drawer approximately 5 grams of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana and a pipe with residue.
39 year old Kendra Faith Benson was arrested on Sunday, July 24 for driving under the influence. Police responded to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle parked at the County Garage. Upon arrival, an officer found Benson passed out at the steering wheel of her vehicle which was parked with the keys in the ignition. An open bottle of beer was in the cup holder of the middle console. Benson had an odor of a fermented beverage on her breath and person. She was then asked to exit the vehicle and submit to several field sobriety tasks. She refused to take the tests. She did submit to a blood withdrawal. Benson was placed in custody. Her bond is $1,500 and her court date is August 25.
20 year old Ray Franklin Vincent was cited for shoplifting on Sunday, July 24. A Wal-Mart loss prevention associate observed Vincent opening packages and concealing the contents on his person before leaving the store. His court date is August 11.