Daughter charged with joyriding after taking father’s vehicle
From staff reports
Lewisburg Police stopped Cathy Marie Buttrey in the early morning hours of Dec. 10, after observing her driving with a broken headlight on 5th Avenue.
Patrolman Kylar Gentry noted in the report that he had to use his loudspeaker, in addition to his blue lights and siren, in order for Buttrey to come to a stop at 5th and West Commerce.
Asked for her license and registration, Buttrey instead, according to the report, pulled out a cigarette and asked if she could smoke.
Gentry noted that Buttrey had “glassy eyes as well as slurred speech” and had difficulty following commands, including keeping her hands out of her pockets.
She performed poorly on field sobriety tests and beer and whiskey were found in a cooler on the passenger side floorboard.
Buttrey refused to provide a blood draw and a search warrant was obtained for one.
She was charged with DUI and driving on a revoked license and held on $2,000 bond.
The next morning, Buttrey’s father called 911 to report his vehicle stolen.
Buttrey had taken his vehicle without permission and was additionally charged with joyriding and held on a further $500 bond.
• On Dec. 10, Lewisburg Police officers stopped an SUV for speeding on Old Belfast Road.
They learned that the driver, Charlie Williams, had a revoked driver’s license for previous DUI convictions and noted, according to the report, a smell of alcohol in the vehicle and slurred speech on the part of Williams.
Williams allegedly performed poorly on sobriety tests and became upset during the testing, asking, the report said, the officer to let him off with a warning and that he would never drink again.
Williams refused to take a Breathalyzer test so officers obtained a search warrant for a blood draw at Marshall Medical Center.
Williams was charged with DUI--5th offense, violation of the implied consent law, and driving on a revoked license--2nd offense.
Bond was set at $5,000.
• On Dec. 2, Lewisburg Police officers stopped a vehicle on Nashville Highway after observing it leaving its road lane.
The driver, Phillip Burns, was described in the report as smelling of alcohol and exhibiting slurred speech.
Burns presented an ID card to officers, stating that his license was suspended.
Officers confirmed that Burns’ license was revoked as a habitual motor vehicle offender.
Burns performed poorly, according to the report, on several sobriety tests.
A check of his record showed DUI convictions dating back to 1988.
He was charged with DUI--6th offense and driving while restricted.
Bond was set at $15,000.
• On Dec. 11, deputies served several warrants on Andrew Prince of Hampshire at the Marshall County Jail.
Prince was charged with driving while suspended, criminal simulation, possession of drug paraphernalia, evading arrest, resisting arrest, going armed during a dangerous felony, and possession of a Schedule II drug for resale.
Bond was set at $31,500.
• On Dec. 8, deputies served Glen Edward Miller with two warrants for aggravated robbery and two warrants for aggravated kidnapping at the Marshall County Jail.
Bond was set at $100,000.
• On Dec. 6 Christopher Handley was served with bench warrants for aggravated burglary, theft of property--$2,500-$10,000, and vandalism. Bond was set at $15,000.
• On Dec. 2, deputies served Kevin Foy at the Marshall County Jail with warrants for theft of property $60,000--$250,000, criminal conspiracy, and 11 counts of money laundering. Bond was set at $50,000.