Saturday night Izard County Cpl. was dispatched to 1st street in Oxford in response to a compliant that an intoxicated man was refusing to leave his cousin’s residence as requested. The cousin said that Hershell Yeakey had been staying with her for about six months but during the past three he was staying drunk and had become belligerent yelling and cursing at her. The cousin was willing to take Yeakey somewhere to spend the night but that he refused. Yeakey was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.
Another Oxford man, 24 year old Lawrence T. Savell was arrested after officers were dispatched to a location on state highway nine Thursday night. The girlfriend said that Savell had choked her following an argument. The girlfriend had red marks around her neck supporting her statement. Savell had left the residence before Cpl. Richard Williams and Deputy Steve Davidson arrived but was later located. Savell admitted to having placed his hands on her. Savell was released from the Izard County Detention Facility the following day after posting a $500 cash bond, and given a December 15 court date.
A Horseshoe Bend man, Eric Charbauski was charged with the theft of lawn mower from an area residence. The investigation determined that the lawn mower was hidden under Charbauski’s porch but that it had been destroyed by many parts being removed. In addition to the theft of property charge, Charbauski was also charged with criminal mischief and has a December 13 Horseshoe Bend court date. Lt. Charlie Melton was the arresting officer.
Tammy Michelle Fulton, age 53 of Oxford was arrested November 11 following an altercation with her daughter- in- law at the park in Mount Pleasant. Fulton was charged with domestic battery and was released from the Izard County Detention Facility November 14 after appearing before District Judge David E. Miller. Fulton has a court date of December 15.Deputh Cody Cruse was the arresting officer.
Charles Anthony Jackson, age 31 of Jonesboro was arrested on a warrant following an incident with his then wife in August of this year. It is alleged that Jackson forced his wife into his truck, grabbing her by the hair of the head and locking the doors to prevent her from leaving. He then proceed to drive to Norfolk and locking her inside a residence. He later took her back to a Calico Rock business where she had encounter Jackson. Jackson was arrested November 17 of battery third degree and false imprisonment, second degree. Jackson was released from the Izard County Detention Facility November 17 after posting a $3,000 bond. Jackson was arrested in Jonesboro.
Tyler Scott Howell, age 23 of Calico Rock was arrested November 14 on the charge of possessing drug paraphernalia. Howell posted bond the following day in the amount of $1,250, and given a November 17 court date. Deputy D.J. Tiernan was the arresting officer.
Justin Allen Janson, age 31 of Calico Rock was arrested November 16 on a failure to pay fines warrant. Janson was released the following day after making an initial court appearance. Deputy Jaden Whitfield was the arresting officer.
Melody Renee Hunter, age 24 of Mount Pleasant was arrested November 14 on the charge of having no driver’s license, operating a vehicle without plates, and having no insurance. Hunter was released from the Izard County Detention Facility on November 16 after appearing before Judge David Miller. Deputy D. J. Tiernan was the arresting officer.
News Release, For Immediate Release, November 18, 2016, POC: Sheriff Tate Lawrence, 8703684203
Note: Picture of Charbauski provided