Drinking, fighting, or drunken brawling land several in jail
From staff reports
On the afternoon of May 30, Marshall County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic violence report on Reynolds Road.
The complainants told deputies that two women, Ally Dawn McGlacken and Jessica Gilson, had come to the residence and thrown nails on the front porch.
When confronted by one of the residents, according to the report, both women began yelling, kicking, and scratching the man.
McGlacken pushed past him and opened the front door of the home, yelling “I’m going to kill you and I hate you,” the complaint said.
She then began punching another male resident in the head and face. McGlacken then pushed a female resident who tried to intervene out of the way, before leaving.
The report noted that the three complainants all showed signs of a physical struggle.
Warrants were issued for both women. Gilson was charged with simple assault and held on $1,000 bond.
McGlacken was charged with domestic assault, trespassing, two counts of simple assault, and aggravated burglary. Her bond was set at $14,500.
• On May 30 at approximately 2 a.m., Lewisburg Police officers investigated a suspicious vehicle in the Wal-Mart parking lot.
The vehicle was running, according to the report, with both driver and passenger passed out inside.
Waking the driver, Jessica Marie Sonnier, officers asked her to perform field sobriety tests, upon which she preformed poorly.
According to the report, Sonnier admitted to officers that she had “consumed quite a few tonight and should not be in control of the vehicle.”
She also said that she had several shots of alcohol while in the parking lot.
Sonnier refused a blood or breath test to determine a blood alcohol level.
She was charged with driving under the influence and with violation of the implied consent law. Bond was set at $2,000.
The passenger, Aaron Miller, was charged with public intoxication. Officers observed several empty bottles of alcohol at his feet in the car.
His bond was set at $1,000.
• MCSO deputies stopped Robert Griggs on Highway 99 after reports from the public that he was driving recklessly.
Deputies noticed a strong smell of alcohol from Griggs and he reportedly had difficulty standing to perform field sobriety tests.
Griggs was charged with driving under the influence. He also was in possession of a 9mm pistol, which added a charge of possession of a handgun while under the influence.
Bond was set at $4,000.
• Rreon Mayes was charged with domestic assault and vandalism under $1,000 on June 6. Mayes reportedly threatened a former boyfriend and his current girlfriend at least two times at his Hearthstone Drive residence the previous day. She also drove through the yard, tearing up the grass.
Bond was set at $2,000.
• Jose Masson and Whitni Blackwell were both charged with domestic assault after an incident on Holly Grove Road on June 6. Officers determined both to be aggressors during a dispute, where both laid hands upon the other.
Bond for both was set at $1,000.
• Alyson Cummings and Clifton Dean Fain II were both charged with domestic assault after officers determined that both had been aggressors in an altercation that occurred on East Commerce Street May 30.
Bond for both was set at $1,000.
• Joshua Broyles was charged with domestic assault after an incident on Acorn Drive May 27. Bond was set at $1,000.
• Michael Gordon was charged with public intoxication on May 27 after officers responding to calls of a fight on Greenwood Avenue found Gordon, unsteady on his feet and slurring his speech. Bond was set at $1,000.
• On May 30, LPD filed a report of vandalism at the baseball fields on Spring Place Road.
Windows were broken and the upstairs area vandalized. Damages were estimated at $2,000.