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Law Enforcement Reports

Jul 12, 2018 |

FEMALE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGE
Clarksville Police were called to the Shady Grove Apartment complex on June 28th to report of a female walking around the parking lot and looking into people’s cars and walking into apartments if the doors were unlocked.   Police arrived and made contact with Alisha Olinger who was identified as the suspect.   She advised that she was checking to see what cars were supposed to be in the parking lot.  Olinger was arrested and transported to the Johnson County Detention Center where she was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana in her pocket.   She was cited for possession of controlled substance.  (7/12/18)
 
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 
On July 9th, Clarksville Police received a call of criminal mischief when Courtney Carroll advised that she went to her mailbox to get her mail and found that it was on the ground near her mailbox.  She said she believes someone got into her mailbox and went through her mail.  She was unsure if anything was missing.  (7/12/18)
 
CREDIT CARD THEFT
Franklin County Deputy Taylor Molton was dispatched to the 3000 block of North School Street near Charleston for a theft report.   Christopher Kengla advised that a Bank of America credit card had been stolen from his wallet that was located in his vehicle.   Mr. Kengla advised that on July 5th he parked his vehicle on the farm property earlier in the morning, that evening the card owner contacted Mr. Kengla about fraudulent charges made on the card amounting to $400.  Another attempt of $200 was made but was not successful.  (7/12/18)
 
CRIMINAL TRESPASSING 
On July 4th, Franklin County Deputy Zachary English was dispatched to the 500 block of West Vineyard Road north of Altus for a subject trespassing.   Janet Leding said that a male subject came out of the vineyard onto the roadway and stopped her neighbor asking for drugs.   The neighbor advised that he did not have any and the man became angry and began yelling.   He was then picked up by a subject in a white pickup pulling a trailer.   Shortly after that a empty pill bottle was found in the area believed to belong to the man.  (7/12/18)
 
TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO DRUG ARREST
On June 25th, Johnson County Deputy Jonia Smith initiated a traffic stop on Highway 64 in Lamar.   As Deputy Smith walked to the car to make contact with the occupants.   The vehicle was occupied by two occupants – Lauren Rathfon, the driver; and Devan Young, the passenger.   Young, the passenger had a warrant out of Franklin County.   While Deputy Smith was talking with the occupants he noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the two.   When questioned, Young gave Deputy Smith a clear glass pipe used for smoking marijuana with a burnt residue.   Young was arrested and a search was conducted of the vehicle.   In the glove compartment a gum container was located containing a green leafy substance.   Young admitted that the marijuana was his too.   Young was arrested for possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.  (7/12/18)

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