The following individuals were booked into the Madison County Jail recently:
Saturday, Dec. 29
11:25 a.m., Lea Donna Davis, 47, Markleville, Contempt of Court - Jail Booking, Civil, no tow/arrested at home , booking bond paid, $500
5:14 p.m., Jeffery David Beck, 30, Pendleton, Driving While Suspended: Prior, Misdemanor–C.
Tuesday, Jan. 1
12:56 p.m., Michaela Nicole Snyder, 21, Ingalls, Criminal Recklessness, Misdemeanor-B, Disorderly Conduct Misdemeanor-B, Domestic Battery Misdemeanor-A, booking bond paid, $4,000.
Michael Glen Rafalco, 62, Ingalls, Operating While Intoxicated: .15 BAC or Greater Misdemeanor-C, Garners tow/arrested at Ind. 67/Huntsville Road, booking bond paid, $4,000.
Friday, Jan. 4
1:50 p.m., Coy Eli Holden Jr., 55, Ingalls, Domestic Battery Misdemeanor-A, posted bond, $5,000.
Saturday, Jan. 5
n 1:06 p.m., Joshua Bennett Wiesenauer, 34, Ingalls, Residential Entry, Felony-D, posted bond, $5,000.
The Pendleton Police Department investigated the following cases recently:
Tuesday, Jan. 1
12:53 a.m., Randall C. Turner, 22, Pendleton, was arrested on charges of OWI-endangering a person, Possession of Marijuana, Expired License Plate, and Operating Vehicle Without Financial Responsibility. According to police reports, an officer observed a vehicle with expired plates turn south onto the 9000 block of South Ind. 67. After stopping the vehicle, the officer noticed a strong smell of alcohol emitting from the driver. After the officer asked to see a driver’s license, registration and insurance card, the driver provided the officer with a check stub. After the officer restated the initial request, the driver attempted to hand the officer $10. When asked if he had been drinking, the driver said he had a beer. The driver then attempted to give the officer all of his check stubs. A passenger in the car then provided the officer with the registration. Dispatch confirmed that the registration expired in November. The driver then failed several field sobriety tests. An assisting officer then conducted an inventory of the vehicle and saw in the cupholder a burnt rolling paper with a small amount of green leafy substance in it. The car was towed. The driver was arrested, transported to the Madison County Detention Center, where a certified chemical test was performed, finding .14 percent gram of alcohol per 210 liters of breath.
2:21 a.m., Jacob R. Agee, 29, Carmel, was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. According to police reports, an officer was dispatched to the 500 block of East State Street regarding a suspicious person walking down the middle of the street. The officer arrived and saw a man slumped over walking eastbound in the westbound lane impeding traffic flow. The officer conducted a pat down for weapons and noticed the strong smell of alcoholic beverage, and the man soon almost fell over a guardrail. The officer conducted a records check through Madison County Dispatch, and the man stated he was just walking home. Asked where he lived, he responded Carmel. The officer conducted a portable breath test, and determined the man was in a state of public intoxication, and a danger to himself as he was walking in the middle of a heavily traveled highway. The man was placed in wrist restraints and transported to the Madison County Detention Center.