Metropolis officers were called to the area of Jon Street and Hospital Drive. The caller stated two females were arguing and were very loud. Upon arrival, officers located the females arguing and separated them. One of the females, Molly K. McCarver, 25, refused to calm down. The officers’ intention was to separate them and go on their way. The one female agreed to be given a ride. McCarver would not stop yelling and screaming and refused to leave, even after being told to numerous times. McCarver was informed she would be arrested if she did not calm down and leave. She replied, “I guess I’m going to jail,” and continued her antics. The officers arrested her for disorderly conduct. She resisted efforts to be handcuffed and, after a brief struggle, was taken into custody. McCarver was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. She was lodged at the Massac County Detention Center.
A Metropolis officer recognized Curtis W. Whited, 41, of Metropolis, walking into the Phillips 66 gas station. The officer was aware that Whited was wanted on a warrant issued by Massac County for criminal damage to property. Whited was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.
Metropolis officers received a call from a homeowner in the 300 block of West 20th Street. The caller stated there were people breaking into his garage, and he was watching them on camera through an app on his cell phone. Officers responded and located Cindy L Lindsey, 40, of Metropolis, inside the garage and Westly A. McCoy, 30, of Metropolis, in the doorway. The investigation led to both being charged with burglary. They were lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.
A Metropolis officer stopped a silver Toyota on East Fifth Street for improper lane usage and a defective headlight. A computer check revealed that the driver, Hung T. Than, 48, of Owensboro, Kentucky, had a suspended driver’s license. Than was charged and was released on bond.
Metropolis officers were called to a domestic disturbance at a residence in the 1100 block of Catherine Street. Upon arrival, officers learned that Tyra W. Bailey, 44, of Metropolis, was wanted on warrants issued by Massac County for domestic battery and unlawful restraint. She was also wanted by McCracken County, Kentucky, for burglary. Bailey was arrested and lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.
Metropolis officers were called to Acees Truck Stop. They were advised store management wanted a female who was panhandling removed from the property. Upon arrival, officers located the female, Kali D. Beard, 28, of Paducah. A computer check showed she was wanted on a warrant issued by Massac County for theft. Beard was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.
A Metropolis sergeant stopped a silver Jeep Cherokee on East Fifth Street at its East Eighth Street intersection for speeding (50 mph in a 35 mph zone). A computer check revealed the driver, Britni F. Word, 35, of Paducah, had her driver’s license suspended and was wanted on a warrant issued by Massac County for driving while suspended. Word was arrested and charged with the warrant, speeding and driving while suspended. Word was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.
A Metropolis officer stopped a white Cadillac Escalade on U.S. 45 at Belgrade Road. A computer check showed the registration was suspended. A computer check on the driver, Dalton L. Bryant, 21, of Metropolis, showed his driver’s license to be suspended as well. After being taken into custody, Bryant admitted to having cannabis hidden in his genital area. Officers recovered a clear plastic baggie containing approximately 16.5 grams of cannabis. Bryant was charged with driving while license suspended, operation of a motor vehicle with suspended registration, operation of a motor vehicle without insurance and illegal transportation of cannabis. Bryant was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center. A passenger, Samuel P. Kralis, 23, of Metropolis, was charged with illegal transportation of open alcohol and released.
Jordan L. Jackson was arrested in the 2000 block of Greenview. Jackson was wanted on warrants issued by Massac County for theft-possession of debit card of another and a warrant issued by McCracken County for contempt of court. A search revealed him to be in possession of a glass smoking pipe containing meth residue. Jackson was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Jackson was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.
The preceding information pertains to arrests made by the Metropolis Police Department. These arrests are made on the basis of probable cause and all arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty.