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Walmart visit leads to multiple charges
Estes charged with theft, trespassing, possession, tampering with eveidence
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Patsy Lynn Estes, 43, was arrested by city police for theft of property, criminal trespass, simple possession of Schedule IV and VI drugs and tampering with evidence on Dec. 4.


Police said officers were dispatched to Wal-Mart in reference to a subject attempting to take several items without paying. Upon arrival, the officers observed Estes placing items in plastic bags with the apparent intent to deprive the store of its merchandise.


Officers were informed that Estes had previously been given "Notification of Restriction from Property" by Wal-Mart. Upon placing Estes in one of the patrol cars, she was observed with a bag in her hand which contained a leafy, green substance which was later found to be marijuana, and a prescription bottle with two pills inside that didn't match the prescription. While in custody, Estes allegedly removed a pill from her person and crushed it before it was checked into evidence.


Her bond was set at $13,000, and she will appear in court on Dec. 17.


Justin Michael Bone 19 was cited for simple possession Schedule VI drug and possession of drug paraphernalia on Dec. 6.


Smithville police said an officer responded to a call of a vehicle traveling all over the highway and made contact with the driver, Bone. A smell of marijuana was allegedly detected inside the vehicle. With consent to search, one gram of a leafy substance believed to be marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found in the vehicle.


He will appear in court on Jan 28.


Janice Lynn Johnson, 51, was arrested for DUI and cited for simple possession or casual exchange (two counts) on Dec. 8.


Officers dispatched to a reported hit and run made contact with the previously described vehicle on West Broad Street and made a traffic stop at Kilgore's Restaurant. The driver, Johnson, was reportedly incoherent and shaking uncontrollably, unsteady on her feet, and refused sobriety tasks.


Upon consent to search Johnson's vehicle, 33 round white pills believed to be Soma and one oblong white pill believed to be Hydrocodone, for which Johnson reportedly didn't have a prescription, were found.


Her bond was set at $ 1,500 and she will appear in court on Jan. 7.


Lawrence E Willet III, 61, was arrested in the Wal-Mart parking lot for DUI on Nov. 27.


An employee allegedly flagged down an officer on routine patrol at Wal-Mart concerning a man striking one of the cart returns. The officer stopped the vehicle described and identified the driver as Willet, who had an odor of alcohol on his person and an empty beer bottle in the back seat floorboard. Willet was asked to perform sobriety tasks to which he performed poorly.


His bond was set at $1,500, and he will appear in court on Dec. 10.


David Allen Cobb, 33, was arrested for public intoxication on Dec. 8.


Police dispatched to the Sheriff's Department in reference to an intoxicated person reportedly made contact with Cobb, who was standing inside demanding to speak with the sheriff regarding another matter. Cobb allegedly had a strong odor of alcohol on his person, was unsteady on his feet, and appeared to be disoriented.


His bond was set at $1,500, and he will appear in court on Jan. 7.


Kevin Matthew Dossett, 45, was arrested for joy riding on Dec. 9. Dossett allegedly took a vehicle without the owner’s consent and returned it later in the day.


His bond was set at $1,500, and he will appear in court on Dec. 17.