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31-year-old Matthew Depew was charged with driving under the influence of an intoxicant when police found his vehicle had left the roadway. Depew’s blood alcohol content was .185.
28-year-old Charles Santana was charged with domestic assault and vandalism after an argument with his ex-girlfriend turned physical and he slashed her tires, per the affidavit.
68-year-old Jeffrey Kenyon was charged with assault after he attacked a man who recently had heart surgery for pulling up in front of a restaurant to allow his elderly mother-in-law easier access to the location.
26-year-old Deondre’ Hester was charged with domestic assault after he slapped his girlfriend for looking at his phone.
30-year-old Mark Nave was charged with theft of merchandise after he stole 2 energy drinks from the Shell Gas Station on West End Avenue.
42-year-old Terrance Jones was charged with sexual battery after kissing a woman twice against her will while she was smoking outside the Sunflower Bakehouse.
20-year-old Kylisha Fulwood was charged with domestic assault after she pepper-sprayed her ex-boyfriend and another woman he was with at the time, per the affidavit.
20-year-old John Lyons was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism over $1000.00, and vandalism under $1000.00 after he shot at D’artagnan Burwell mother’s house and his car. This was due to an ongoing dispute between the two ever since John started dating his child’s mother.
53-year-old Joyce Bean was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after an argument ensued between her and her boyfriend during which she told him “get out of my house and I want my teeth back.” She then began attacking him and ended up stabbing him multiple times but not before her daughter was able to jump in and get some licks in of her own.