Richmond police charged a Fairlane Drive man Sunday after an altercation that left a woman with several cuts and a swollen foot.
Ryan R. Anderson, 29, of Fairlane Drive, was charged with second- and fourth-degree assault, second-degree disorderly conduct and driving under the influence of alcohol.
Officers were sent to the 1400 block of Fairlane Drive at 10:42 p.m. after receiving a disturbance report, according to the an RPD report.
An officer saw a vehicle leaving the home, which was being driven by Anderson, and stopped it. A woman at the home told police she and Anderson had been arguing earlier inside the residence, according to the report.
The woman said Anderson cut her on the arm with the knife and then tried to leave the scene. She tried to persuade him not to drive because he had been drinking, the report stated.
Anderson is then accused of backing his vehicle over the woman’s foot just before the officers arrived and stopped him.
The officers reported the woman had cuts to her write and cuts and swelling to her foot. She was treated at Baptist Health-Richmond and released.
Woman charged with wanton endangerment following shoplifting incident
Rosie Smith, 49, Box Ankle Road, and Adra R. Hiatt, 28, Charlie Norris Road, were charged Tuesday following a shoplifting incident at Peddler’s Mall, according to the RPD.
Smith was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment, and Hiatt received a misdemeanor charge of theft by unlawful taking (under $500).
Officers were sent to Peddler’s Mall, 449 Eastern Bypass, at 11:39 a.m. to investigate a shoplifting complaint. The learned that employees reported seeing a woman, later identified as Hiatt, exiting the store without paying for several items of clothing that she had concealed on her person.
The stolen items were valued at $21.98. Hiatt was accompanied by another woman, later identified as Smith, according to the report.
An employee followed the two women to the parking lot and reported that Hiatt enter the passenger side of a vehicle while Smith entered the driver’s side. The employee called out to Hiatt in an attempt to get her to stop prior to her entering the vehicle, the report stated.
However, Hiatt ignored the employee, entered the vehicle and proceeded to make offensive hand gestures toward the employee. As the employee neared the vehicle, Smith started the car and accelerated toward the employee, forcing her to jump out of the path of the vehicle, according to the RPD.
Officers found the vehicle shortly thereafter at Smith’s residence and detained both of the women. The items of clothing were recovered, and both women were transported to the police station before being taken to the Madison County Detention Center.