Probation violation: Mitzi G. Drinnon, 49, Cosby Highway, was served with an active outstanding warrant for violation of probation on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Patrolman Jessy Burgess arrested Drinnon at Quality Inn without incident.

Failure to appear: Whitney K. Runyan, 22, Moose Way, was served with an active outstanding warrant for failure to appear on Thursday, Oct. 3. Sgt. Derek Wright arrested Runyan following a traffic stop in Newport.

Probation violation: Marion T. Cureton, 63, West Broadway Street, was served with an active outstanding warrant for violation of probation on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Patrolman Jordan Douglas arrested Cureton without incident following a traffic stop.

Tractor-trailer stolen: Officers were dispatched to Motel 6 in reference to a vehicle theft on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Upon arrival, Patrolman Jordan Douglas spoke with Wendell Bonds, 57, Macon, GA, who said he stopped at the hotel to sleep for the night. When Bonds woke up the next morning, he noticed the trailer to his 2015 Freightliner had been disconnected from the truck and the truck was missing. According to the report, the truck was last tracked near Exit 440. Bonds advised he had several personal items still inside the truck.

Stolen vehicle: A 1999 Chevrolet 1500 was reported stolen to the Newport Police Department on Thursday, Oct. 3. Patrolman Jessy Burgess spoke with Willie Fox, 44, who said the truck was last seen that evening at a residence on Bowman Drive. The truck was valued at $2,000.

INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM REPORTS COMPILED BY THE NEWPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT.

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