Timothy Jones, 51, Cottonwood Drive, Richmond, is charged with fourth-degree dating violence assault (minor injury) and first-degree strangulation after Richmond Police responded to his location in reference to a domestic altercation.
According to a citation, Jones denied any physical altercation. However, a witness said the victim struck Jones in the bedroom and Jones had yelled for the witness to leave. The victim was found with visible injuries to her face.
Once Jones was told his Miranda Rights, he told police that he and the victim had pushed each other, and she had struck him in the face. The victim told police Jones had also pulled her by her hair and bit her lip and her right cheek.
She also said Jones grabbed her by her throat with one of his hands and squeezed her throat while pressing her down into her bed by her throat for about two minutes.
According to the citation, Jones said, “You’re not leaving” and “I’m going to kill you.” The victim told police she tried pushing Jones off, but he kept pressing harder to make her stop resisting. That was when the witness came in and was told to leave.
According to the citation, the victim then got up and Jones grabbed her by her hair and threw her down. She said Jones then took her phone and said she was not leaving. Allegedly, Jones then fell down the stairs and the victim ran out to get in her car.
Jones grabbed her by her hair outside the residence and slung her into the lawn mower causing her to hit her head. The victim then got in her car and drove to safety.
Jones was arrested on Saturday and taken to the Madison County Detention Center.
Man arrested on three charges of assault
Nathan Walls, 40, Sage Grass Drive, Berea, is charged with third-degree assault of a police/probation officer, fourth-degree assault (minor injury) and second-degree assault after being arrested when Berea Police responded to a call about an assault.
According to a citation, police responded about a male who had punched a female in the face and then fled on foot. While en route, the officer met a male matching the description. When the officer attempted to make contact with the male, he was ignored commands to stop and talk with the officer.
The officer then grabbed the male by his shirt to get his attention when the man responded, “Get off me, f***ing pig,” and continued walking. The officer grabbed him by the right arm while another officer grabbed the left. The man kicked one of the officers and was then hand cuffed and placed in the back of the patrol car.
When officers brought the male to the reporting party, he was identified as Nathan Walls. The victim was a “sitter” for the clients at Independent Opportunity and told officers she had been punched in the face by Walls for telling him not to feed a stray cat that had come to the home a day prior. There was a witness who said Walls walked up and hit the victim because they didn’t want Walls to feed the cat.
While on the way to the jail, Walls allegedly told police he punched the victim because she got in his face and he wasn’t a coward. Walls was arrested on Saturday and taken to the Madison County Detention Center.
Richmond man charged with wanton endangerment and terroristic threatening
Gilbert Blades, 35, Norwood Drive, Richmond, is charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and third-degree terroristic threatening after being arrested by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department when they responded to a disturbance call.
According to a citation, once deputies arrived on the scene, Blades was seen standing at a vehicle yelling and throwing his arms. The deputy told Blades to sit down and then spoke with another deputy on the scene.
According to the citation, Blades was being evicted from his property and threw a rock through a window which struck one of the movers in the home. The mover allegedly said that when he turned around and looked, Blades was staring at him through the window. Blades also allegedly told the movers, “If I had my gun this shit would go different.”
Blades then told the deputy he did not intentionally throw the rock and only “tossed” it behind him. He also said he did not threaten anyone, however, he did admit to calling the workers names and cursing. He allegedly told the deputy he was mad because one of the drawers that were moved had his wife’s lingerie inside and he thought they were going to look through the drawer.
Blades was arrested on Monday and taken to the Madison County Detention center where he was lodged.
Man arrested for assault
Warren Lowery, 23, Ridgewood Drive, Berea, is being charged with fourth-degree assault after Richmond Police responded to a domestic violence complaint.
According to a citation, police spoke with Lowery who told them he and the victim were arguing and during that argument she scratched his arm. After which, he pushed the victim away and went downstairs.
The victim said the couple were arguing and Lowery pushed her while on the bed and she scratched him to get away from him. There was a witness and when spoken to they said she was in her room when she heard Lowery and the victim yelling at each other and during the yelling she heard the victim yell “stop.”
Lowery was arrested on Sunday and taken to the Madison County Detention Center.
Woman arrested for fourth-degree assault
Nacori Walker, 21, Lexington, is charged with fourth-degree assault (domestic violence/no visible injury) after Richmond Police were dispatched in reference to a domestic disturbance.
According to a citation, the officer spoke with a witness who said Walker was taking too long to get ready for work, so the victim went upstairs to ask her to hurry up. Walker allegedly yelled and cussed at the victim.
The witness went to grab her wallet and could hear the two in a physical and verbal altercation. The witness said she saw the two in a physical altercation but it was later found out that the witness had been downstairs and could only hear the altercation.
Walker told police the victim came into her room and threw her wallet at her. In response, Walker kicked the victim. She also said she hit the victim but only because the victim hit her first.
When officers spoke with the victim, she said she was upset because Walker was taking too long to get ready. She said when she went upstairs to tell Walker to hurry she threw her wallet at Walker but never struck her.
Based on statements from each party it was found Walker was the instigating party. She was arrested on Sunday and taken to the Madison County Detention Center.
Berea man arrested for indecent exposure, etc.
Deshaun Kubat, 19, Campus Drive, Berea, is charged with first-degree indecent exposure, public intoxication with a controlled substance (excludes alcohol), fleeing on foot and resisting arrest after Berea Police made contact with him on campus.
According to a citation, Berea Police made contact with Kubat after being advised he was naked on campus and possibly on drugs.
Allegedly, when police arrived, Kubat was seen completely in the nude and told police he was on acid. The officer told Kubat that he needed to get in the cruiser and to turn around and put his hands behind his back.
When the officer went to put cuffs on Kubat he fled and led the officer on a short-foot pursuit.
Kubat allegedly stopped but would not comply with the officer’s commands. The officer grabbed Kubat’s arms and when he pulled away the officer took him to the ground and put him into custody. Kubat was arrested on Saturday and remains in holding.
Other arrests include:
• Jonathan Carpenter, 36, Ben Reeves Road, Waco, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense).
• Thomas King, 35, Sandhill Road, Irvine, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first offense), first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (greater than or equal to 2 gms of methamphetamine/first offense).
• Aja Lacey, 50, Turpin Drive, Richmond, second-degree burglary, public intoxication with a controlled substance (excludes alcohol), loitering for prostitution purposes (first offense), first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), and possession of marijuana.
• Conley McIntosh, 33, Greens Crossing, Richmond, operating on a suspended license, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first offense), buying/possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Thomas Renner, 26, Mount Vernon, speeding 16 miles per hour over the limit, disregarding traffic light, reckless driving, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces/second or greater offense), buying/possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Robert Short, 32, Angel Road, Berea, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (drug unspecified), first-degree fleeing or evading police, buying/possession of drug paraphernalia, prescription of a controlled substance not properly contained (first offense).
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