22-year-old Preston Weatherby was charged with vandalism of his mother’s door during an altercation in Hermitage. Weatherby was reportedly inebriated and damaged his mother’s door in multiple places after she attempted to remove herself from the argument.
56-year-old Jack Curtis was charged with aggravated assault for an October incident involving an injury to his roommate, Betty O’Kelley. Curtis’ charges come in lieu of causing anal sepsis on O’Kelley as well as forcing her to overdose on heroin, per report.
45-year-old musician Shannon McClung was charged with driving under the influence and unlawful possession of a controlled substance after he crashed his vehicle on Interstate 40 and it was later revealed that he overdosed on narcotics while behind the wheel.
32-year-old Markeshia Dillard was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and possessing a weapon while intoxicated after pulling a gun on and threatening to kill her neighbor.
23-year-old Jermal Mathis was charged with theft of a firearm and four counts of reckless endangerment after he dropped his stolen handgun and fired a shot through his floor into the apartment below.
23-year-old Ronisha Bates was charged with domestic assault after she was involved in an argument that led to pushing and a busted lip, per report.
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30-year-old Lativia Jackson was charged with domestic assault and vandalism when she attacked her child’s father while taking the child from his home because she thought he was being disrespectful over a text message.
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.
The Board of Nursing has suspended the LPN license of Alicia Rainey, who admitted to diverting pain pills from patient’s medication cards and replacing them with different medications on at least 22 occasions at The Waterford Assisted Living / Memory Care in Hermitage.