Smithville Police have charged a 32 year man for assaulting his wife and then trying to resist arrest.
Gabriel D Craig of 620 Potts Camp Road was arrested on Monday, June 7th for simple domestic assault, simple assault, resisting arrest with violence and violation of bond conditions. Officer Scott Davis was dispatched to the Food Lion parking lot where he met with the victim of the domestic assault. The victim stated that she and her husband, Gabriel Craig got into a verbal argument and sometime during the argument Craig bit her right forearm causing a visible injury. Craig had left the scene and was found in the old Smithville Food Center parking lot. Officer Davis made contact with Craig and took him back to the scene of the altercation. While Craig was in the back of Officer Davis' patrol car he became argumentative with the officer, who was giving him directions and when Officer Davis attempted to place him under arrest for the assault against his wife, Craig began using force in an attempt to keep the officer from placing handcuffs on him. Craig attempted to kick and bite Officer Davis while being handcuffed. With the assistance of Officer Matt Holmes, Officer Davis gained control over Mr. Craig after several minutes and Craig was placed into custody. . Craig had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear and he was under bond from a previous domestic assault on the victim. Bond for Craig is $29,000 and his court date is June 10th.
25 year old Michael Brandon Redmon of 7592 McMinnville Highway was arrested Monday, June 7th for public intoxication. Officer Jerry Hutchins made the arrest. His bond is $1,000 and his court date is June 24th.
Anyone having information on the following offenses is asked to please contact the Smithville Police Department at 597-8210 or the Tip Line at 464-6046.
On Tuesday, June 8th Sabrina Lattimore reported that someone had taken her debit card from her vehicle parked at Omega Apparel between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Any information received that will help the Smithville Police solve any criminal offense will be greatly appreciated. All information is confidential.