DUI: Mario Haynes crashes on Briley Parkway while high on Oxycodone

59-year-old Mario Haynes had a single-vehicle accident on Briley Parkway West near Mile Marker 22 in the afternoon hours of April 13th. When officers arrived, medics advised them that Haynes was in and out of consciousness, possibly having a “medical episode,” and needed to be transported to Skyline Medical. Witnesses told officers that he was behind Haynes for about a mile and a half, during which his left signal blinker changed numerous times as he swerved toward the shoulder and back to the middle lane until he hit the guardrail. He added that Haynes was driving as if he was falling asleep.

Officers searched his vehicle before it was towed and discovered a plastic sandwich bag containing a pill bottle with a blue pill, later identified as Oxycodone, three straws with a powdery substance, a pill cutter, and a plastic storage bottle with a single razor blade wrapped in toilet paper and an empty manilla envelope. When they arrived at Skyline Medical, Haynes was being assessed by the staff, and after he returned from getting scans, he admitted to having an Oxycodone pill and being impaired while driving. He was informed about implied consent and agreed to provide a blood sample. Haynes was cited for the occurrence and booked on the citation of driving under the influence, legend drug possession, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia on May 3rd.

DUI: Kimberly Williams drinks 10 Deep Eddy Vodka Drinks before hitting multiple mailboxes

32-year-old Kimberly Williams had a single-vehicle accident in her Nissan Rogue on Eatons Creek Road on the afternoon of February 24th. Officers noticed the Nissan leaning against the guard rail with extensive damage and debris from two mailboxes in the roadway when they arrived. Officers ran the tags and discovered that Williams was the registered owner. Witnesses advised officers that Williams had swerved across the road “like a pinball,” hitting mailboxes and nearly flipping her Nissan into the ditch. Then, witnesses said Williams tried to drive out of the ditch but couldn’t due to being stuck on the rail. While being transported by NFD personnel, Williams admitted to drinking too much, then admitted this again when officers got there. Williams did not sustain any injuries, so she was discharged shortly after. Officers then asked Williams to take sobriety tests, which she consented to. Williams performed poorly, almost falling multiple times before being unable to complete the walk-and-turn test. Williams was detained and informed of implied consent, where she agreed to provide a breath sample that resulted in 0.240% BAC. A subsequent search led to them locating two Deep Eddy Vodka 50ml drinks in her purse, which she admitted to having ten of. Williams was taken into custody for driving under the influence.  

DUI: Zachary Winecoff takes Valium before causing 2 car accident with child in car

27-year-old Zachary Winecoff was involved in a two-car accident near I-65 South and West Trinity Lane on February 3rd. Officers spoke with Winecoff when they arrived and noticed he was impaired, not making sense with the answers he provided them. Then, Winecoff told officers he had taken Valium, which was prescribed to him. However, Winecoff could not show proof of a prescription for Valium. While talking with Winecoff, they noticed a juvenile on the grass hill next to the shoulder of the interstate. Winecoff said the child was his 6-year-old son. Officers asked where his car seat was, to which Winecoff said he would get it before asking why the child needed to be in one. His son told officers he was also not wearing a seatbelt when they asked Winecoff for his driver’s credentials, which he could not show. Officers then looked up his name on QMNI and discovered he did not have a valid driver’s license. Winecoff was detained for the suspicion of DUI, and a subsequent search led to officers finding a plastic baggie tied in a knot with what Winecoff later admitted was cocaine. He told officers there was a rifle in the car, and then they additionally found a glass pipe with burnt black residue in it. Winecoff was taken into custody for driving under the influence, simple possession, child endangerment, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and driving without a driver’s license.

DUI: Shane Stoltzfus blows a 0.219% BAC after causing two-vehicle accident

31-year-old Shane Stoltzfus was involved in a two-vehicle accident near the West Trinity Lane and Brick Church Pike intersection in the early hours of January 28th. Officers observed the accident and spoke with Stoltzfus to render aid if needed. During questioning, he had a hard time getting his identification and showed signs of intoxication. Stoltzfus admitted to drinking 2-3 IPA beers at his job, consented to sobriety tests, and performed poorly. They informed him of implied consent, and he agreed to provide a breath sample, which resulted in 0.219 BAC%. Stoltzfus was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

Reggie Miller brutally assaults wife when she refuses to smoke weed with him

32-year-old Alabamian Reggie Cameron Miller had a domestic dispute with his wife, Robin Deeann Miller, at The Millenium Maxwell House Hotel on Rosa L Parks Boulevard late December 29th. Both parties were visibly intoxicated when the officers arrived. They spoke with Robin, who was uncooperative and refused to give an account of the events regarding the incident. Still, she advised them that Reggie became upset with her when she refused to smoke weed with him after they returned to the hotel from a night of drinking on Broadway. Carmelo Ferrara and Devin Chase Crager witnessed the incident. They told officers that Reggie was hanging out in their hotel room, which neighbors the Millers’ room, when Robin entered without pants. Then, they got her some clothes while Reggie went to get a hotel key because they were locked out of their room.

When he returned, he became angry, wanting Robin to leave the room with him, went up to her, and struck her in the face twice. Then, they walked into the hallway, where he began to hit her in the face again. Hotel security observed this and immediately alerted the authorities. Officers noticed redness and bruising on her face, a bloody laceration on his hand, and blood on the wall outside their hotel room. Reggie was deemed the primary aggressor and was taken into custody for domestic assault. While in the back of the patrol car, he stated, “I’m going to kill that b*/ch when I get out,” and, “Take the cuffs off, and I’ll beat your ass,” then, he said, “I’ll take you to the death,” and was additionally charged with disorderly conduct.

DUI: David Jones drinks “3 cups of Tequila” before causing car crash

29-year-old David Jones was involved in a car accident at West Trinity Lane and Brick Church Pike intersection on December 17th. Officers were patrolling, heard a loud bang, arrived, and observed the two vehicles that collided. They asked Jones how the accident happened; he seemed confused and visibly impaired. He admitted that he had been drinking “too much,” referring to the three cups of Tequila he admitted to consuming. He consented to sobriety tests, performed poorly, and provided a breath sample that resulted in 0.177% BAC. Jones was taken into custody for driving under the influence.

Austin Reese punches girlfriend, attempts to remove her from vehicle

23-year-old Austin Reese was in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, Sydne McFarland, in the early hours of November 13th. McFarland advised officers that she and Reese had been arguing all day, and it escalated when he threw a bottle of soda at her back and punched her in the face, causing her lip to bleed. She stated that later that evening, when they were in the car arguing, Reese struck her on the head, resulting in her hitting her head against the passenger’s side window. Then, Reese stopped the car, walked to the passenger’s side, and grabbed McFarland’s arms to try to remove her from the vehicle. Officers observed injuries to McFarland and placed Reese into custody for domestic assault.

Cayley Phillips bites an officer who arrested her for DUI; after her parents turned her in to police

24-year-old Cayley Phillips was driving on Briley Parkway early Friday morning when her parents called police and asked them to conduct a welfare check on her, as they believed she may be intoxicated. Officers located Phillips, who was visibly intoxicated. She initially stated she was “just emotional” but later admitted to consuming “three shots” earlier in the evening. She consented to a breathalyzer but became physically aggressive and verbally abusive when she was woken up to provide the sample. During booking, she began to fight officers and bit one on the arm during the struggle. She then broke some of his equipment.