Ashton Turner, 20, of Fontanelle, was taken into custody 8:32 p.m. May 14 on two Adams County warrants for failure to appear on the original charges of trespass, first offense and criminal mischief, fifth degree.
According to Adams County District Court documents, Turner was ordered to appear in court May 4 for proceedings on the original charges and did not appear.
Turner was transferred to the custody of Adams County.
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Kayla Herring, 31, of Bridgewater, was taken into custody 10:10 a.m. May 19 in Bridgewater on the charges of public intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to an Adair County report, at approximately 9:21 a.m. deputies responded to a report of a suspicious female behind the post office in Bridgewater. A crew working in the area had stopped working due to the female’s behavior. When deputies arrived, they were told the woman had walked away and pointed in the direction she had walked. Deputies located a female, identified as Herring, standing in front of Union State Bank on Main Street, who appeared to be yelling and making gestures with her hands to an employee of the bank through the window.
Contact was made with Herring, who had the odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath, was unable to stand still while speaking with deputies and had constricted pupils. She admitted to consuming alcohol before the incident. She would not tell deputies if she was under the influence of any other substance.
Herring was searched as a safety precaution. A pipe used to smoke marijuana was located in her shorts pocket. Herring denied the pipe belonged to her. While speaking with bank employees deputies learned Herring was very vulgar and she admitted to cursing and “flipping out” on an employee.
Herring consented to PBT testing which indicated a BAC of .128%.
Herring was transported to the Adair County Jail where she was released from after posting $300 cash or surety bond.
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Lora Day, 38, of Charleston, West Virginia, was taken into custody 12:30 p.m. May 20 in Bridgewater on the charge of assault causing bodily injury.
According to an Adair County report, at approximately noon, deputies responded to a residence in Bridgewater for a possible domestic dispute. When deputies arrived at the residence female, identified as Day, met them outside and stated her nephew had threatened her and got in her face so she grabbed him by the throat which left a red mark on the side of his neck.
Day was cited and released at the scene on a summons to appear.
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Tyler Glenn, 20, of Bellevue, Nebraska, was taken into custody 12:30 p.m. May 20, in Bridgewater, on the charge of assault, simple.
According to an Adair County report, at approximately noon, deputies responded to a residence in Bridgewater for a possible domestic dispute. When deputies arrived at the residence a female met them outside and stated her nephew, identified as Glenn, had threatened her which she said placed her in fear of him and also “chest bumped” her into her own car. The female did not have any visible injuries.
Glenn was cited and released at the scene on a summons to appear.