Richmond Police arrested Cassandra Hill, 31, address unknown, for first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) after responding to a suspicious activity complaint at Jason and Marietha Drives in Richmond.
According to the citation, when officers responded to the scene, they were advised that a suspicious male ran towards the intersection of the two streets. Upon approaching the intersection, officers located Hill near a dumpster.
She stated that she had not seen the male, matching the complainant's description in the area. After running Hill's information through dispatch, officers learned she had two active warrants, and upon informing her of those warrants, Hill became very upset, according to the citation.
She told officers that she had "ice" inside her purse and advised that she had bought the suspected methamphetamine a few hours prior to being arrested.
Hill was arrested and taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where she remained Monday afternoon according to online jail records.
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Richmond Police arrested Jessie Foster, 41, Turpin Drive, Richmond, after a car he was a passenger in was pulled over at a traffic stop Sunday.
After exiting the vehicle, Foster declared he had syringe in his pocket. While searching the vehicle, officers located a black bag on the passenger side of the vehicle which contained a digital scale and eye-glasses hard zipper case inside.
The case contained more syringes and a metal spoon with burnt drug residue on it, according to the citation. Foster admitted that the bag, scale and zipper case were his, stating that the scale was used to measure weigh when he buys drugs.
Foster was also arrested for two bench warrants outside of Madison County.
He is charged with buying and possessing drug paraphernalia. He was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond Police arrested Christopher Isaacs, 26, Sara Leigh Drive, Richmond, after they were called to the residence early Sunday morning in regards to a domestic dispute.
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that Isaacs had been drinking and advised that they had gotten into an argument about their vehicle. The victim stated they put the keys in their pants to keep Isaacs from retrieving them, which made the above upset, according to the citation.
The victim advised that once the above became upset about not being able to locate the keys, they handed the keys to Isaacs stating they would walk home at which point, Isaacs pushed the victim, according to the citation. The victim admitted to pushing Isaacs back and that Isaacs then punched them in the face with a closed fist. Officers observed a large knot on the victim's cheekbone below the eye and a small cut to the upper lip and red marks on their arms.
Upon speaking with Isaacs, he told officers that the disagreement was involving sexual relations with another person and stated the victim got upset with him for no reason, the citation reads. Isaacs stated that the victim started hitting him in the face and tried to throw a rock at him.
When officers asked specifics about the rocks, Isaacs said he was not sure. In asking to see the injuries from the rock on Isaacs, he said they wouldn't be able to see the injuries, "because his skin doesn't show injuries easily," the citation reads.
Isaacs said that in regards to the knot on the victims face that he had punched the victim as a form of self defense.
Isaacs was charged with fourth degree assault (domestic violence) and lodged at the detention center. He was released Monday afternoon according to online jail records.
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