Trigg County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Christina Marie Vavak, 33, of 51 Lafayette Street, Cadiz on March 30 for bench warrants charging the defendant failed to comply with two bond conditions.
The first warrant for violated stipulations relates to convictions on previous convictions of Possession of Marijuana, First Degree Possession of Cocaine, Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (second offense) and Theft by Unlawful Taking. The second warrant relates to prior convictions of First Degree Possession of Cocaine and a first Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Judge C.A. “Woody” Woodall issued the warrants on March 23, and ordered the defendant held in lieu of $10,000 bond total for both warrants.
Trespassing, Assault and Weapons
Trigg County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jeremy Todd Baldwin, 26, of 209 Rich Circle on March 30 on charges of Criminal Trespassing in the Second, Alcohol Intoxication, Assault in the Fourth Degree and Carrying a Concealed Deadly Weapon.
Arresting Deputy Kenneth Butts alleged that the suspect went to the home of his brother and provoked an altercation. The deputy reported that the suspect returned to his car to get a firearm and had consumed an unspecified quantity of beer.
Cadiz Police Officers charged William Noel West, 39, of 126 Anna Street, Cadiz with Assault in the Fourth Degree for the alleged assault of his 17-year-old son.
The uniform citation said that the arresting officer responded to a complaint of abuse at the suspect’s home, he found several red welts on the victim’s legs. The juvenile reported that his father had beaten him with a coat hanger as punishment for “sleeping in.”
The report added, “The father stated that he did hit him with a hanger, and that was ok.”
Cadiz Police Officers stopped Michael A. Tyler, 45, of 251 Jefferson Street, Cadiz on April 2 for weaving in traffic. The uniform citation claims that Tyler would not stop when commanded by police, and only halted 1.5 miles from the first attempt.
After the stop, the investigating officer alleged that he ordered the suspect to exit his vehicle and observed Tyler drop an item from his pocket.
Upon searching the suspect with probable cause given, the officer reports finding a “crack rock” of unspecified size in his right pocket, along with a filter. The officer alleges that the suspect smelled of alcoholic beverages and could not follow simple instructions.
Authorities collected blood and urine specimens from the suspect and charged him with First Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance (Crack Cocaine), First Offense Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Operation of a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence, and Operating with a Suspended License.
Cadiz Police served Dion M. Thompson, 29, of 224 Jefferson Street, Cadiz with a Lyon County Warrant alleging Failure to Appear in Court.
The arrest form offered no additional details on the circumstances of the warrant.