A Danielsville woman was arrested recently after she refused to cooperate with officers who were dispatched to a domestic dispute and a drunken woman sitting in the road.
Beth Michelle Toole, 45, 292 Hillwood Drive, was charged with disorderly conduct, obstruction or simple battery against a police officer/dog/corrections or detention officer.
According to the incident report, officer Joshua Smith went to the scene, where he met with the homeowner who said she received a phone call about her neighbor lying in the middle of the road, drunk. She said she came home to find Toole and others inside the house drunk and arguing. Officers then entered the home where they met a man and woman who told them “Beth is drunk.” When asked why Toole had been lying in the road, the woman said she followed someone out the door as they were leaving earlier. Toole then came stumbling down the hall and into the kitchen, yelling and cursing at the deputies. She fell twice while in the kitchen and became combative when deputies asked her to calm down. She was taken to jail and placed in a restraint chair because she continued to be combative.
In another incident, two people were arrested recently following a domestic dispute at a home on Pine Valley Farm Road.
Christopher Joseph Davis, 23, 274 Steele Road, Comer, was charged with simple battery FVA and Shelby Pamela Hosting, 31, 1857 Pine Valley Farm Road, Comer, was charged with battery FVA.
According to the incident report, officer Bradley Free was dispatched to Davis’s home on Steele Road to meet with him. Davis said he is currently living with Hosting and her parents on Pine Valley Farm Road and that they got into a verbal argument that turned physical. He said Hosting struck him in the nose with her hand and that he pushed her away, striking her on the back of the head. He left the residence on foot following the incident. Officer Brandon Moss went to interview Hosting, who said she did strike Davis, but it was in self-defense. Both were arrested and taken to jail.
•A Cherokee Road woman said jewelry was missing from her jewelry box when she came home from the hospital.
•A TV was stolen from a home on Rose Hill Place. The victim’s sister said she saw a white car parked next to her brother’s home and two black males walking around the home earlier.
•Officer Shawn Rhoades was sent to Sammy Haggard Drive after a woman went to Northridge Medical Center (formerly BJC Hospital) in Commerce with injuries she said she received from a man at the residence. The man said she had cut her wrist on a mirror and set her hair on fire after he told her he wanted to separate and asked her to leave. After interviewing the woman, she was explained the warrant process.
•A/C units, wire and copper piping were stolen from a rental house on Old Danielsville Road.
•An Athens Regional Hospital employee told officers that $106 in cash was taken from her purse inside her vehicle while she was talking with a patient at an accident site on Hwy. 106 South.
•A heat pump was reportedly stolen from a vacant home on David’s Home Church Road.
•A heat pump was stolen from a vacant home on Pine Valley Farm Road.
•A woman on Double Branch Road reported that two of her dogs were stolen. She said the dogs were Shih Tzus and had been taken from a fenced area behind her home at different times during the daytime.
•A man on Hill Lake Drive reported that guns and ammunition were taken from his garage.
•A heat pump was stolen from a rental home on Hill Lake Drive.
•An air conditioning unit was reportedly stolen from New Generation Worship Center on Bullock Mill Road.
•Money was taken from a cash drawer at the Madison County Library last week. The responding officer noted that a piece of sheetrock used in place of a broken window in the construction area had been pushed out and that there were muddy foot prints from the window to the cash drawer.
•Appliances, personal belongings, furniture and a stereo were reportedly stolen from a home on Hickory Hills Road.