Public intoxication: Officers were dispatched to Kenjo Market concerning an intoxicated male subject on Wednesday, Aug. 7. Upon arrival, Patrolman Chris Silvers said he located the male in question, identified as Carl L. McCampbell, 44, New Market, lying on a sidewalk with an empty vodka bottle in his possessions. According to the report, McCampbell had an odor of alcohol about his person and had bloodshot eyes. He was placed under arrest for his safety. McCampbell was charged with public intoxication.
Domestic assault: A North Carolina man was arrested Wednesday afternoon after he struck a female. Patrolman Brandon Cassady reported he was dispatched to Exxon gas station, located on West Highway 25/70, concerning a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, Ptl. Cassady spoke with witnesses who said they observed Nathan J. Goins, 18, Marshall, NC, strike his girlfriend. Officers came in contact with the female subject and observed a “knot” on her forehead. Goins was arrested and charged with domestic assault.
Probation violation: Cody C. Breder, 27, Highway 321, was served with an active outstanding warrant for violation of probation on Thursday, Aug. 8. Patrolman Will Garber arrested Breder following a traffic stop without incident.
Failure to appear: Darrel A. Coleman, 38, was served with an active outstanding warrant for failure to appear on Wednesday, Aug. 7. Patrolman Johnathan Ball arrested Coleman without incident and transported him to the Cocke County Jail Annex.
Trio charged: Officers were dispatched to Walmart concerning three individuals who were passed out inside a vehicle on Thursday, Aug. 8. Upon arrival, officers came in contact with Samantha Frady, 29, Monica Norton, 44, and Jonah Norton, 18. Patrolman Will Garber reported when Frady exited the vehicle, he observed a baggie that contained 4.69 grams of methamphetamine lying in her seat. A subsequent search of the vehicle continued where officers found a black bag that belonged to Monica Norton that contained a baggie of suspected methamphetamine and loaded needles. Monica Norton claimed ownership of the drugs. According to the report as officers came in contact with Jonah Norton, they noted he had slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet. All three individuals were arrested without further incident. Frady was charged with possession for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violation of probation. Monica Norton was charged with possession of schedule II and possession of drug paraphernalia while Jonah Norton was charged with public intoxication.
INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM REPORTS COMPILED BY THE NEWPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT.