Three people were arrested recently after an officer on patrol noticed a suspicious vehicle.
Ricky James Ramsey, 36, 527 Cowart Toole Road, Danielsville, and Kimberly Gail Williamson, 42, 6141 Neese-Commerce Road, Hull, were each charged with one count of criminal trespass.
Robert Michael Scogin, 38, 615 Scoggin Road, Colbert, was charged with driving while license is suspended or revoked, criminal trespass and giving false name, address, or birthdate to law enforcement officer.
According to the incident report, officer Michael Moore was patrolling Moon’s Grove Church Road when he passed a black Chevrolet S-10 sitting in a driveway. The vehicle began backing out of the driveway to leave when they saw the patrol car. When Moore turned around, the truck pulled back into the driveway and down to the house.
Socgin and Williamson ran to the front door while Ramsey grabbed a gas can from the bed of the truck and put the spout in the tank nozzle. He stated they were out of gas. The other two provided their identification, but Scogin didn’t have any. He gave Moore the name “Virgil Glenn Woodmire” and it returned not on file. The three turned out to have pulled into the driveway of a DNR officer, who was notified. Several items, including wire, was located in the back of the truck, but the homeowner said the materials did not belong to him. A towing company was told to come pick up the vehicle and take it to the sheriff’s office impound lot until it could be determined whether the wire was stolen.
In another arrest, a Danielsville man was arrested last week after he attempted to run from deputies who arrived at his residence regarding a domestic dispute.
Joshua Adrian Minish, 29, 4023 Booger Hill Road, was charged with two counts of obstruction. According to the incident report, officer Josh Fowler noted a small green car attempting to leave the driveway as his patrol vehicle pulled in. The driver (Minish) then attempted to back up to the residence and proceeded to jump out and flee officers on foot, running across Booger Hill Road. He stopped when another officer pulled his vehicle out into the road.
Other arrests on file at the sheriff’s office recently included: