Saturday, April 7

According to Sheriff Singleton, Deputy Brown observed expired tags on a white 1999 Chevrolet in the 1100 block of Edgewood Street, in Hope.

Deputy Brown conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and identified the driver of the vehicle as James Clift. Deputy Brown knew Clift was on parole and confirmed that he had valid warrantless search waiver on file. Deputy Brown conducted a search on Clift and located a hypodermic syringe, commonly used for injecting narcotics in the body, in his jacket pocket. Clift reportedly also told Deputy Brown that he had some marijuana in his pants.

Clift was placed under arrest and transported to the HCDF where he was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance (marijuana) and expired vehicle tags. Clift is being held for 1st court appearance.


Sunday, April 8

2:30 p.m. According to Sheriff Singleton, Deputy Reyn Brown received a call from dispatch in reference to a domestic disturbance in the 7700 block of Highway 278 W. near Nashville.

Upon arrival he met with Shadow Allmon who stated his wife, Michelle Allmon, had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. He said she had an episode on April 7, got into an argument with him, hit and scratched him.

Shadow stated he did not report his wife because he loved and did not want her to get in trouble. He said that just before noon on April 8, they got into another argument and she tore his shirt and stabbed him in the right arm and left side with a set of keys. Shadow stated Michelle grabbed him around the neck at one point and made comments that she was going to kill their 2-year-old child. Shadow stated she got into their blue Ford F-150 and left the residence. Shadow was not sure where she went.

Deputy Brown observed Shadow’s torn shirt, scratches on his neck and fresh marks on his right arm and side where it appeared he was stabbed with some type of object, breaking the skin causing the areas to bleed.

Deputy Brown located the F-150 in the 1500 block of Hempstead 37. and made contact with Allmon, who was sitting inside the vehicle. Deputy Brown advised her she was being placed under arrest for 3rd degree domestic battery.

During the search of Allmon Deputy Brown located a glass pipe, commonly used for consuming methamphetamine, in her right pants pocket. Deputy Brown asked her if she had anything else illegal on her person and she stated she had some weed in her bra. Michelle removed a baggie and gave it to Deputy Brown.

During the search of the vehicle, Deputy Brown located a light bulb with a bottle cap on the end and a straw going through it, which is commonly used for consuming methamphetamine.

Allmon was transported to the HCDF where she was charged with possession of a controlled substance (marijuana), possession of drug paraphernalia and domestic battery 3rd. She is being held for her first court appearance.

 

8:56 p.m. According to Sheriff Singleton, Deputy Orlando Dennis was traveling westbound on Hwy 278 West when a grey Chevy Impala, that was at the stop sign of Hempstead 44, pulled out onto Hwy 278 West, crossing the center line into his lane and nearly hitting him head on. Deputy Dennis reported had to drive into the ditch to avoid the car.

Deputy Dennis turned around and stopped the vehicle just past Hempstead 44.

Deputy Dennis reported smelling a strong odor of intoxicants that he associated with an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle as he approached the passenger side of the vehicle. He made contact with the driver, Donald Nelson, front passenger, Darwin Walker, and back seat passenger, Rangy Taylor.

Deputy Dennis arrested Nelson for his fifth offense for DWI (felony), driving left of center, driving on suspended license, no proof of insurance, refusal to submit to BAC and drinking on the highway, He was transported to HCDF and held for 1st appearance.

Deputy Malone responded to the stop to assist.

While outside of the vehicle with Darwin Walker and Rangy Taylor, Deputy Dennis reportedly observed the smell of intoxicants on their breath as they spoke.

Walker and Taylor were cited for drinking on the highway.


10:18 p.m.
According to Sheriff James Singleton, Deputy Kyle Malone arrested Trey Delvin, age 21, of Hope, in the 3800 block of Highway 67 West and charged him with speeding, no driver’s license, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was booked into the HCDC and given a court date with a court date of June 18 at 9:00 a.m.


Tuesday, April 10

11:49 p.m. According to Sheriff Singleton, Deputy Kyle Rowe was dispatched to Hexion at 185 Industrial Drive in reference to an 18-wheeler driver who might be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Dispatch advised Deputy Rowe that the Hexion employees were keeping the driver from leaving.

Upon arrival, Deputy Rowe made contact with the Hexion supervisor who led Deputy Rowe to the driver, who was later identified as James Horne, 31, of Shreveport, who was standing beside the Hexion building.

Upon further investigation, Deputies discovered a substance believed to be methamphetamine, syringes, and a set of scales inside the 18-wheeler.

Deputies placed Horne under arrest and transported him to the Hempstead County Detention Center where he was booked on possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia charges. Horne is awaiting a first court appearance.

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