A Smithville man was arrested twice within two days last week for public intoxication after being found lying by the side of the road.
63 year old Johnny Wayne Trapp of Holmes Creek Road is under a $1,000 bond in each case and will make a court appearance on June 11.
On May 6 a deputy spotted Trapp lying in a ditch by the side of McMinnville Highway. The officer stopped and got Trapp to his feet. Trapp had a strong odor of alcohol on him. His speech was slurred and he was very unsteady. Trapp was placed in custody.
Two days later, May 8, a deputy was dispatched to area of Holmes Creek Road where a man was observed lying off the side of the road and not moving. The officer arrived and found Trapp there. He stopped and got him to his feet. Trapp had a strong odor of alcohol on him and he was unsteady on his feet. Trapp admitted to having been drinking. He was placed under arrest.
58 year old Vulmaro Vega Torres of Tommy Harrell Street, Smithville is charged with driving under the influence. Bond for Torres is $1,500 and he will be in court June 11.
On May 7 a deputy spotted a silver Dodge Ram swerve onto the shoulder of the road and six times went into the opposite lane. The officer pulled over the truck and spoke with the driver, Torres. He had a strong odor of alcohol on him and his speech was slurred. Torres submitted to but performed poorly on field sobriety tasks.
39 year old Christie Dawn Bouldin of E.H. Haas Road, Dowelltown is charged with public intoxication and violation of General Sessions Court probation. Her court date is June 11.
On May 4 a deputy responded to a domestic complaint at a home on E.H. Haas Road. Upon arrival the officer spoke with Bouldin who said that she and a man had gotten into an altercation. But while being questioned and examined by EMS Bouldin became belligerent and uncooperative and she began yelling and cussing. Bouldin showed no signs of physical abuse but she appeared to have been under the influence of some substance.
30 year old Eric Dean Morgan of Malone Hollow Road, Alexandria is charged with violating an order of protection. His bond is $2,000 and he will make a court appearance June 11.
On May 8 at a residence on Malone Hollow Road, Morgan was determined to have violated a court order granted in April for him to keep away from a woman and three children. The officer who arrived at the home in answer to a domestic complaint found Morgan there with her and the children although the woman claimed Morgan had not assaulted them.