Disorderly conduct leads to contraband charge

Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Heavner

From staff reports

Lewisburg Police officers responded to Dirt Cheap on Dec. 14 after a report of a disorderly person.

Arriving on scene, officers reported witnessing Heather Pierce Heavner “yelling and making racial slurs at an African-American employee.”

Officers conducted field sobriety tests and determined that she was under the influence.

During booking at the Marshall County Jail, officers found seven tablets, believed to be clonazepam, and six other pills, believed to be a muscle relaxer, on her person.

Heavner was charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and introduction of contraband into a penal institution.

Lee

Bond was set at $10,000.

• Stephanie Lee was charged with public intoxication on Dec. 14.

Officers were called to the Big Kahuna Car Wash after callers reported that Lee had been sitting in her car at the car wash for roughly 90 minutes.

According to the police report, Lee admitted smoking marijuana and being unable to drive.

Bond was set at $500.

• On Wednesday, Dec. 20, LPD responded to a possible domestic dispute at the Northgate Arms apartments.

Officers encountered Justin M. Taylor outside the apartment in question.

According to the report, Taylor was evasive about identifying himself to officers, stating later that he had an active warrant.

Confirming a warrant for violation of probation, officers placed Taylor under arrest.

He also had, in his pocket, a Lortab and an Adderall, neither of which he had prescriptions for.

In addition to the probation violation, he was additionally charges with simple possession of a Schedule II drug.

Bond was set at $1,500.

Himes

• Lewisburg Police charged Frank Himes with domestic assault after an incident on Dec. 24.

A dispute with his former step father led to Himes hitting him with a dust mop, breaking the handle and leaving visible injuries.

Officers determined that Himes was the primary aggressor in the incident and charged him with domestic assault, holding him on $2,000 bond.

According to the police report, this is Himes’ fifth arrest on a domestic assault charge.