Monday, December 28

12:17 p.m. – To Maplecrest Dr. for a report of phone harassment. A woman reported that she has been receiving harassing texts and phone calls from her ex. She asked that the deputy contact him and tell him to stop.

7:24 p.m. – A deputy saw a red Dodge Durango sitting in the roadway on Monroe Concord Rd. at Magnolia. No one was around the vehicle. It was unlocked but the deputy could not locate any keys. It was towed.

Tuesday, December 29

8:49 p.m. – Traffic stop on 25A near Eldean Rd. The driver was found to have a suspended license and to be in possession of marijuana. He was cited for both.

Thursday, December 31

3:11 p.m. – To N. Dorset Rd. for a report of an accident. After speaking with the driver and upon further investigation, the driver was arrested for OVI, DUS, resisting arrest, vandalism and escape.

Friday, January 1

9:40 p.m. – Traffic stop on Eldean Rd. at County Rd. 25A. The driver was found to be driving on a suspended license.

Saturday, January 2

1:22 a.m. – To Carousel Dr. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. It was located, was unoccupied and was blocking one lane of travel. Attempts to contact the registered owner were unsuccessful. Since it was illegally parked and blocking the street, it was towed.

4:11 p.m. – Traffic stop on Dorset Rd. at Fleet Rd. The vehicle was stopped for a stop sign violation. While speaking with the driver, the deputy detected a strong odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle. The driver said he did not have his license with him. He gave his Social Security Number and was identified that way. His license was valid and he had no active warrants. He was asked to exit the vehicle and was advised that the smell of marijuana gave the deputy probable cause to search the vehicle. Several burnt marijuana cigarettes were found under the driver’s seat. The driver said that he and his friend were in an argument and the friend threw them at the driver. While speaking with the driver, another deputy could detect the odor of raw marijuana coming from the driver. He admitted to having pot in his inner coat pocket. He was cited for the stop sign violation and for possession of marijuana. The evidence was collected and booked into the property room.

Sunday, January 3

2:06 a.m. – Traffic stop in the 3100 block of N. County Rd. 25A. The driver was cited for possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and traffic violations. He and his passenger were argumentative and disruptive during the investigation.

12:11 p.m. – To Old Staunton Rd. for a report of a missing juvenile. The boy had made arrangements with his father to be picked up at 8:00 p.m on January 1., but he never showed up. The father said he had been looking for the boy for two days but did not report the missing child to law enforcement. He finally told the boy’s mother today that he was missing. The deputy checked all of the boy’s usual hangouts with no success. He was entered as missing and juvenile probation was notified. Juvenile Probation said that they would issue a warrant on Monday.

4:14 p.m. – Traffic stop on W. Rt. 41. The vehicle was westbound on Rt. 41 at a high rate of speed. The driver was cited for speed and expired registration. A passenger was cited for possession of marijuana.

8:24 p.m. – Traffic stop in the 2300 block of S. County Rd. 25A. A search of the vehicle was permitted, and the search yielded merchandise that was suspected to have been stolen from Lowe’s, Home Depot and WalMart. The items were seized since the occupants couldn’t prove ownership or provide a valid story for having the items. A receipt was found showing that the individuals tried to return the items to a store but were declined. The items were booked into evidence. The stores will be contacted about the items. The case is pending further investigation.