36-year-old Rayburn Hollis walked into Li-En Nails Monday afternoon to get a pedicure, settled into a chair, and removed his shoes to wait his turn. Police say he was so high on narcotics he immediately nodded off and could not stay awake. Police had to put his shoes back on his feet for him so they could transport him to jail for the heroin, Xanax, and suspected methamphetamine they found on him.
33-year-old Morgan Hammer was charged with criminal impersonation, assault, and drug paraphernalia after she bit a hospital security guard while MNPD was taking her into custody due to a warrant regarding her failure to be booked in June.
39-year-old Nicholas Simpson was charged with public intoxication after telling police his skin felt like it was on fire after smoking meth.
28-year-old Joshua Miller was charged with public intoxication after admitting to smoking meth and attempting to break into vehicles in the Exxon parking lot.
37-year-old Patrick Alexander was charged with possession of 744 grams of marijuana, 161 grams of methamphetamine, 234 grams of heroin, 950 Xanax pills, 42 Oxycodone pills, and 20 grams of an unknown white substance when he was found passed out in his running vehicle on an I-40 off-ramp.
36-year-old Kiale Swecker was charged with attempted aggravated burglary, burglary of a motor vehicle, possession of meth, and unlawful drug paraphernalia after she was caught on a security camera attempting to enter a man’s residence and vehicles. When searched, the drug and related items were found on her.
37-year-old Lauren Towery was charged with paraphernalia, theft of property, and theft of vehicle when her boyfriend of two weeks told authorities in June that she had stolen his car. She was caught on July 13th and told officers a syringe found on her was used to inject methamphetamine rectally.
29-year-old Devin Lamb was charged with evading arrest, possession of meth, and a felony drug offense after being in possession of 45 grams of ecstasy pills and two grams of meth during a routine traffic stop on Gallatin Pike. Lamb later claimed the pills were “the best in the county.”
48-year-old Ace Evans was charged with indecent exposure and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon when he visited two ladies at their tent to inquire about methamphetamine while exposing and masturbating his male member.
28-year-old Hunter Frazier was charged for running away from police with her four-month-old in her arms and then resisting when police caught her, telling them that she was high on methamphetamine. She bit an officer, drew blood, and told police that she saw people that were not there.