27-year-old Gregory Flagg walked into the Dollar General store on 3rd Ave South with an open beer Sunday. The manager, John Stephens, asked him to leave the location, at which time Flagg immediately turned around and punched Stephens square in the face causing a visible injury.
33-year-old Charles Gordon was charged with theft and criminal impersonation after he gave officers an incorrect name and date of birth, and was discovered to have twelve outstanding warrants.
33-year-old Cesar Melendez-Ramos was charged with aggravated assault after he brandished a firearm and piece of wood and forced a man to the ground and threatened his life because he was angry about his tent burning down.
28-year-old Jamesha Grady was charged with criminal trespass, vandalism, two counts of theft, and domestic assault when she bit her girlfriend, smashed her windshield with a cinder block, stole $200 worth of items from Kroger after being banned, and took four boxes of diapers from Dollar General to sell on Facebook.
26-year-old Lamonteisha Johnson was charged with assault when she started beating a Dollar General employee with a four-foot ice scraper.
66-year-old Harvey Sylvester was charged with aggravated assault after he pulled out a knife and lunged at a woman trying to stab her in the stomach.
45-year-old Od Keomuangtai was charged with theft of a vehicle after he was found sleeping in the vehicle in a parking lot with the door open, per report.
64-year-old Sharon Wilder was arrested for her fourth DUI after running through stop signs, red lights, almost hitting several vehicles, and oncoming traffic in a parking lot. Officers spotted two open White Claw Hard Seltzer cans from outside the vehicle.
31-year-old Jordan Gay is facing multiple charges after was found with 30 grams of heroin, 8 grams of meth, a meth pipe, a Glock handgun, and a Winchester rifle, after selling drugs to one of Metro’s confidential informants and was arrested in a Dollar General parking lot on Stewarts Ferry Pike.
Candice Collins, 35, was arrested again on Wednesday, this time charged with a December shoplifting incident, during which police say her and co-defendant Justin Messick were captured on video stealing merchandise. She continues to avoid consequences, and keep her charges expungeable, despite multiple arrests with video evidence, and continued violations of her never-ending probation.