Blotter 9/8

By Northern Star Staff

The following was taken directly from area police and fire department records, or from DeKalb County court records. Anyone mentioned is presumed innocent until proved guilty in a court of law.

Sept. 8, 2012

At 2:38 a.m., Wesley  Hines, 18, was arrested at 1027 W. Hillcrest Drive for underage consumption of alcohol.

At 1:26 a.m., Luke Thompson, 20, was arrested for an open container in public place charge at 1000 Spiro Court.

At 2:09 a.m., a subject was walking on a sidewalk at 900 Greenbrier Drive with a beer can in his hand. When asked for identification, he denied having any and gave false information. He was arrested and transported to the police department. Nathan Speweik, 18, was booked and released on bond for possession of alcohol as a minor and obstructing identification.

At 2:29 a.m., Anthony Lewis, 19, was arrested at 929 W. Hillcrest Drive for possession of alcohol while under 21.

At 2:46 a.m., police ran a license plate of a white Chevy driving on 800 Kimberly Drive. The registration expired in April. The vehicle was stopped. The driver’s license was suspended. Deyonna Dunigan, 21, was arrested for having a suspended license and operating a vehicle with expired registration. Dunigan was later released on bond.

At 11:12 p.m., a car was turning onto 900 Crane Drive and the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. An officer made contact with the driver, who said she had a suspended license. This was confirmed. The driver also had a warrant out for retail theft. Adriana Holcomb, 23, was arrested for driving while having a suspended license and for failure to wear a seat belt. Holcomb was searched and transported to DCSO.

At 10:55 p.m., a white Chrysler was driving with no headlights illuminated on 900 Ridge Drive. The vehicle was pulled over and the driver had a suspended license. Jasmine Hunter, 20, was handcuffed and arrested. She granted consent for search of the vehicle. Drug paraphernalia and a bottle of pills without a label were found in a purse under the driver’s seat. The owner of the purse came to the scene and was arrested. An investigation was started. Marcacia D. Madison, 20, was arrested for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Hunter was arrested for driving with a suspended license and driving without headlights.

At 12 a.m., the theft of a bike was reported at 1428 Lewis St., Apt. C. A description was gathered from the victim. This case is pending investigation.

At 2:06 a.m., police were dispatched to a report of property damage at 1120 Varsity Boulevard Someone had discharged a fire extinguisher on the first floor, which led to significant damage to the carpet. Thick dust was on the second and third floors, as well. Mason property security responded and said they will take care of the matter internally. All subjects were clear through LEADS.

At 12:22 a.m., a male and female were walking with open beer cans at 1000 W. Hillcrest Drive. While searching the male, a bottle of pills with no label was found. The pills were late identified as Adderall. An investigation was started.

Sometime as night, unknown suspects broke out two windows on the south side of 204 N. Fourth St. The complainant noticed the damage in the morning. No object was located that could have broken the windows and there was no blood. The complainant was provided with a report.

At 9:23 a.m., a complainant called the police department because two dogs had attacked her dog at 326 Wood St. The owner of the two dogs, Ricardo Calderon, 38, was on the scene. He said the dogs were on a leash but ran from the yard. He was looking for them when he heard noises in an alley and saw his huskies attacking the dog. The complainant’s grandfather took the dog to the vet and Calderon took his dogs home. Calderon was issued a report.

At 6:45 p.m., police ran registration of a Ford Escort at 1000 W. Hillcrest Drive. The owner possessed a suspended license. Anthony M. Terry, 21, was searched and arrested for driving with a suspended license and no proof of insurance. The vehicle was released to the passenger at Terry’s request.

At 12:58 a.m., Javen Everhart, 19, had an empty backpack and various clothing items when entering a dressing room at Kohl’s, 2070 Sycamore Road. The complainant found price tags of the items Everhart had taken in and his backpack seemed fuller. Everhart paid for one item and left store. The complainant stopped him. Everhart admitted to taking several items without paying. The value of the merchandise was $156.18. Everhart was booked and transported to the police department for retail theft and later released on bond.