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Snow Hill bb gun shooting results in assault charge
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The sheriff’s department arrested an Old Snow Hill Road man Sunday and charged him with shooting his neighbor in the posterior and arm with a bb gun.Del Ray Hanna, 51, was charged with aggravated assault. According to Sheriff Patrick Ray said Hannah shot a victim twice with a bb gun.Ray said the victim was shot once in the buttocks and once in the right arm, causing bleeding.His bond was set at $5,000, and he will appear in court on June 27.Gregory Wayne Roberts, 34, and 42-year-old Chad Everette Knowles were arrested on May 26 after a chase from Highway 70 to Old Mill Hill Road.Roberts was charged with resisting arrest, felony evading arrest, driving under the influence, and a fourth offense of driving on a suspended license.He was also cited for violation of the implied consent law and for failure to maintain his lane of travel.Knowles was charged with driving under the influence by allowance for letting Roberts drive his vehicle.Ray said that on a deputy tried to pull Roberts over on Highway 70 for failing to maintain his lane of travel.Roberts allegedly refused to stop, and the officer initiated pursuit.From Highway 70, Roberts turned onto the Old Snow Hill Road, to New Home Road, and then to Old Mill Hill Road, where he turned into a driveway.Roberts was taken out of the vehicle at gunpoint, and when he allegedly attempted to put his hands in his pockets, the officer put him on the ground.While on the ground, Roberts reportedly continued to resist arrest, pushing against the officer.Ray said it took two officers to cuff him.Roberts allegedly told the officers that he had been drinking.No sobriety tasks were given because Roberts had resisted arrest.He also refused to submit to a blood test.Roberts was allegedly in possession of an ID only license, and a computer check revealed that his license were suspended. Roberts’ bond was set at $14,000 and he will appear in court on June 6.Knowles’ bond is $2,500 and he will appear in court on June 6.David Wayne Dowell, 37, of McMinnville was charged with theft of property under $500, vandalism, and burglary on May 18.Dowell allegedly vandalized a lock on a garage and broke into a residence on Echols Heights in Liberty on May 16, taking a weedeater and string, boat oars, a tool box, tools, an orange extension cord, and a yellow five-gallon gas can with a total value of less than $500.An investigation determined that Dowell had committed the crimes, and he was arrested on May 18.His bond was set at $4,500 and he appear in court on June 6.Joshua Cripps, 28, of was charged with evading arrest and a violation of probation on March 27.