Hayti Police Report
July 30 - At approximately 9:39 a.m. officers were dispatched to Pilots in reference to a customer cussing the manager. Upon arrival officers spoke with management and obtained a signed complaint. Officers then arrested Keith B. Johnson, 49, of Soddy Daisy, TN for peace disturbance by profane language. Johnson was transported to the police department where he was processed and released after posting a bond of $525.50 and released.
July 30 - At approximately 10:45 p.m officers were dispatched to the intersection of West Cleveland and North Oats in reference to a male, 28 years old, walking east on West Cleveland and was struck by a vehicle. The vehicle left the accident scene and was not located. The male was transported to the Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital emergency room and treated for his injuries.
July 31 - At approximately 11:45 p.m. officers located a vehicle that matched the vehicle that was involved in a hit and run and leaving the scene from July 30. Officers interviewed the owner of the vehicle, a 36 year old female, of Hayti. She was processed and transported to the Justice Center pending the filing of formal charges.
Aug 1 - The Pemiscot County Prosecutorís Office formally charged Tacara S. Sullivan, 36, of Hayti with leaving the scene of an accident-physical injury (felony class E). Sullivan has a $5,000 cash or surety bond.
Aug. 1 - At approximately 4:30 a.m. officers responded to a residence located in the 1200 Block of West Washington Street in reference to a domestic. Upon arrival officers arrested Perry L. Smith, 41, of Hayti for peace disturbance by profanity and also a probation violation warrant out of Dunklin county for driving while intoxicated, a class D felony (prior and persistent offender) with no bond. Smith was processed at the police department then taken to the Justice Center where he is being held on the Dunklin county warrant and the municipal charge of peace disturbance. The Hayti charge carries a $136 bond.
Aug. 1 - At 7:05 p.m. officers were called to Dollar General in reference to a shoplifter and the suspect was still in the store. Upon arrival officers arrested Lisa M. Redden, 28, on a signed complaint for petty larceny after they learned she stole $10.55 worth of merchandise from the store. Redden was taken to the police department where she was processed and transported to the Justice Center where she is being held on a $236 bond.
Aug. 2 - At approximately 10:00 p.m. officers conducted a traffic stop on East State Highway 84 and arrested a 40 year old male, Larry Carter of Neelyville, MO. Carter was arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to appear on no seat belt, failure to drive on the right half of the roadway, failure to deliver/receive certificate of ownership upon sale transfer of ownership of motor vehicle/trailer, failure to register motor vehicle, failure to display certificate of vehicle inspection or approval, from Dunklin county. Carter was processed and transported to the Justice Center where he was being held on the Dunklin county warrants with a cash bond of $750.
Aug. 3 - At approximately 12:45 a.m. officers conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of East Highway 84 and North State Highway J. As a result of the stop officers arrested the back seat passenger, Brook G. Leal, 28, of Blytheville after a check of her drivers license revealed that she had an outstanding felony failure to appear warrant out of Mississippi county for terroristic act and possession of a firearm. Leal was taken to the police department where she was processed then transported to the Justice Center where she is being held on a $60,000 cash only bond awaiting extradition to Mississippi county.
Aug. 4 - At approximately 5:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to a past tense fight at the 1600 Block of North Oates Street. Upon arrival, officers attempted to gain control of the scene. As a result, a 13 year old female juvenile was arrested for peace disturbance by fighting, disobedience to police and resisting arrest. Officers also arrested Karmiesha L. Epkins, 23, of Hayti, charging her with disobedience to police after she showed up on the scene attempting to fight while officers were present and refused to leave.Epkins was processed and released after posting a bond of $136. The juvenile was released on a summons to appear at the County Juvenile Office. After further investigation, three more subjects were arrested for peace disturbance by fighting: Keisha A. McIntyre, 19, of Hayti, Kianna M. Rowe, 21, of Caruthersville, and Angela S. Rose, 39, of Hayti. All three suspects were processed at the police department and released after posting a bond of $186 each.
Aug. 4 - At approximately 9:40 p.m. officers were called to 213 Sycamore in reference in property damage. Officers later located and arrested Tracy Reed, 36, then transported him to the police department where he was processed then later released after posting a $60.50 bond.