A Commerce man was arrested on Family Violence charges recently after he allegedly tried to choke his daughter-in-law at his residence during a domestic dispute with her and then left the home in her vehicle. The altercation reportedly occurred in the presence of the woman’s 18 month old child.
Charles Henry Bryant, 60, 2516 Rogers Church Road, was charged with one count each of battery FVA, simple battery, theft by taking motor vehicle and cruelty to children in the third degree.
Other arrests on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•Patrick Earl Daniel, 17, 250 Alberta Drive, Colbert, possession of marijuana and burglary (bondsman off bond).
•Jenny Lilian Haley, 38, 1929 Blacks Creek Church Road, Danielsville, two counts of probation violation.
•Brian Michael Ingram, 38, 587 Lloyd Nelms Road, Nicholson, DUI, driving while license withdrawn, suspended, revoked, remove or affix plate to conceal vehicle identification.
•Reba Darlene McDaris, 31, 221 Sherwood Circle, Danielsville, pedestrian under the influence.
•Steven Dewayne McIntyre, 21, 216 Springdale Drive, Hartwell, theft by shoplifting in the first degree.
•Jamie Allen Money, 28, 185 Jamie Reynolds, Jefferson, deposit account fraud and probation violation (original charge: burglary).
moving down here recently from a far north state.
I noticed alot of people who, in my oppionion shouldn't be behind the wheel.. Guess I was right.
Numorous times I've been going threw Nicholson at the posted 45...getting passed--in the school zone like I'm parked.
In the last few weeks I've noticed an increase in traffic stops, hopefully for the sake of the children, and safety for the overall community these stops increase.
I hate to see anyone negitivally influenced by the law, but for the safety of my family I'm glad, even atleast for a few days, these people will be off the road.