Sept. 12

Metropolis officers were called to the 1800 block of McCrary Street for a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers met with the caller who stated that Timothy E. Stephens, 38, of Metropolis, lived across the street. She further stated that he threatened to beat up her children and was yelling and screaming, causing a disturbance. She further stated this is an on going problem and would sign a complaint. Stephens was arrested for disorderly conduct and lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.

Sept. 13

Metropolis officers were dispatched to the Spence Apartments to assist DCFS with an irate client. Upon arrival, officers learned that the DCFS case worker had gone to the apartment of Hailey M. Dummitt, 20, of Metropolis. The case worker decided the conditions required an emergency plan of action. She requested Dummitt to assist with the plans, and Dummitt was uncooperative. The Metropolis officers tried to reason with Dummitt, and she would not cooperate with them. The case worker then advised she would need to take the children into protective custody. Dummitt refused and attempted to get back into the residence. Dummitt resisted efforts to control her. Dummitt was arrested and charged with obstructing and resisting. Dummitt was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center. The children were taken by DCFS.

Sept. 16

Anthony P. Jennings, 41, of Harrisburg, was arrested in the 300 block of East. 10th Street. Jennings was wanted on a warrant issued by Massac County for criminal trespass to vehicle. Jennings was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.

Buffy J. Parker, 40, of Metropolis, was arrested in the 300 block of East. 10th Street. Parker was wanted on a warrant issued by Massac County for domestic battery. Parker was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.

Metropolis police were called to a residence in the 700 block of East Seventh Street for a trespassing complaint. The caller advised that Darrell A. McCoy, 58, of Metropolis, was on the property after being previously trespassed. A Metropolis sergeant, who was familiar with the case and subject, responded and located McCoy digging through a trash can on the property. McCoy was arrested and charged with criminal trespass to property. McCoy was lodged in the Massac County Detention Center.

A Metropolis sergeant observed a orange colored Dodge Charger on East Eighth Street. He recognized the driver as Brandy R. Darnell-McDaniel, 43, of Metropolis. The sergeant was aware that her driver’s license was revoked. A computer check confirmed the status. A traffic stop was conducted. Darnell-McDaniel was charged with driving while license revoked. She was released on bond.

A Metropolis officer observed a white Impala on 19th Street near Speckman Street with a very loud exhaust. A traffic stop was conducted. A computer check on the driver, Robert T. Farrington, 31, of Metropolis, revealed that his driver’s license was revoked. Farrington was charged with driving while license revoked and loud exhaust. He was released on bond.

Sept. 18

A Metropolis officer stopped a silver Hyundai on Ferry and 11th streets for a defective headlight. A computer check on the driver, Daisy L. Downen, 40, of Paducah, revealed she had a suspended driver’s license. During a search of the vehicle prior to being towed, a meth pipe was located between the seats. Downen was charged with driving while license suspended and possession of drug paraphernalia. Downen was released on bond.

A Metropolis sergeant observed a silver Impala pull into the Smallville Apartments on East Eighth Street. The sergeant observed a subject he recognized as David A. Littlemeyer, 36, of Metropolis, as the driver. Littlemeyer then entered an apartment. The sergeant believed that Littlemeyer had a revoked driver’s license. A computer check confirmed the status as revoked. Littlemeyer was cited for driving while license revoked and released on bond.

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.

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