In the latest crime news by the Smithville Police Department, Chief Randy Caplinger says 37 year old Windy Carol Bain of Luttrell Avenue was arrested by Sergeant Randy King on December 31st for driving on a suspended license. Police say Bain was stopped for a traffic violation at which time a check of her driver's license through central dispatch revealed them to be suspended. Bond for Bain is $1,000 and her court is February 10th.
39 year old Brad Elliott Johnson of Carter Street was cited on Wednesday, January 5th by Officer David Phillips for simple possession and possession of paraphernalia. Officer Phillips stopped Johnson for a traffic violation at which time Johnson gave the officer consent to search. Upon a search of his person, a schedule II drug and paraphernalia were found. Johnson's court date is February 3rd.
26 year old Eroydi G Sanchez of Adcock Cemetery Road was arrested by Officer James Cornelius on Friday, January 7th for criminal impersonation. Officer Cornelius stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The two men inside the vehicle provided Cornelius their names but they could not provide any forms of identification. Officer Cornelius was joined at the scene by Sergeant Randy King who recognized one of the men as Sanchez from a past encounter. Sergeant King informed Cornelius of the fake name he had been given. A computer check revealed there was an active warrant in DeKalb County for Sanchez and he was taken into custody and transported to the DeKalb County jail. Bond for Sanchez is $1500 and his court date is February 7th.
Meanwhile anyone having information on any criminal offense is asked to please contact the Smithville Police Department at 597-8210 or the crime Tip Line at 464-6046.
Any information received that will help the Smithville Police solve any criminal offense will be greatly appreciated. All information is confidential