21-year-old Ethan Inman was charged with public intoxication, criminal trespass, and vandalism after he broke into a car wash, was found behind the cash register by police, and appeared to be under the influence, per report.
58-year-old Beverly Bass was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespassing after she refused to leave Mapco when asked by staff, her daughter, and police.
41-year-old Maurice Booker was charged with criminal impersonation, criminal trespass, assault, and disorderly conduct after causing a ruckus and assaulting an officer at the Margaritaville Hotel.
47-year-old Anthony Caylor was charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest when he was non-compliant with the hospital he was taken to for being high on meth and wandering into the street while being detained.
23-year-old Lajerric Lang was charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest, vandalism, and criminal trespass when he was observed screaming outside a bar and banging on the door. He then threatened officers when they tried to speak with him.
19-year-old Toniyja Winters was charged with theft of merchandise and criminal trespass when she and her friend were caught past the point of sale with $182.98 worth of unscanned socks, underwear, t-shirts and a pair of sandals.
32-year-old Jennifer Mcfarlin was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct when several businesses complained that she was entering their locations and threatening employees.
37-year-old Norman Smith was charged with theft of property and aggravated criminal trespassing after illegally entering a construction site and stealing a box filled with tools. The value of the tool box alongside its contents was estimated at $5,000.
18-year-old Kakiye Bonyo was charged with assault and criminal trespass after she threatened an apartment complex manager by saying she was “going to beat that MF-ing a–” while police were on scene for another incident and she refused police orders to stay away from the suspects involved.
27-year-old Jasmine Parker was charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest at a Sudden Service for causing a scene when staff allowed her to charge her phone inside and then refused to leave when asked.