The following reports were generated last week by the Houston Police Department.
•Morgan C. Jackson, 36, of 16464 Forrest Drive in Houston, was arrested Sept. 6 at his home for having active Texas County warrants for third-degree assault and violation of a child protection order. Morgan was taken to the Texas County Jail, where he was unable to post $35,000 bond.
•Mallory M. Fithen, 25, of 413 Broadway St. in Houston, was issued a citation Sept. 6 for driving with expired license plates.
•Kristopher E. Meskil, 29, of Buckhollow Lane in Licking, was issued a citation on Sept. 1 for driving with expired license plates.
•Heather C. Lombard, 31, of 5477 Highway 17 in Eunice, was issued a citation for driving while intoxicated at about 5 p.m. Sept. 2.
Lombard was cited after an officer investigating another incident at the SATOP office at Oak Hill Drive and U.S. 63 observed her pull into the parking lot, exit her car, approach him and ask what was happening with her boyfriend, who was the subject of the other investigation. The officer smelled alcohol on Lombard’s breath, and field sobriety tests were conducted. She was taken to the Texas County Jail and held for six hours.
•Christopher S. Willard, 34, of 1122 W. Highway 17 in Houston, was issued a citation for peace disturbance after an incident 8 p.m. Aug. 27.
Willard was cited after an officer investigated a report of a fight at a Dooley Street residence.
•Steven A. Barton, 28, of 8905 Highway E, Lot 1, in Houston, was arrested Sept. 2 for having an active Texas County warrant for two counts of non-support. An officer who was aware of the warrant made the arrest after observing Barton sitting at a picnic table next to the SATOP office on U.S. 63. He was taken to the Texas County Jail where he was unable to post $25,000 bond.
•Adam B. Smith, 22, of 108 W. Cedar St. in Houston, was issued a citation for third-degree assault on Aug. 29 after allegedly hitting an 18-year-old victim in the face after the two got into an argument over minting of coins.
•Carlton J. Curtis, 29, of 232 Charles St. in Licking, was issued citations Aug. 25 for driving while intoxicated and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Curtis was cited after an employee of a local business reported observing a man at the drive through window who had a beer bottle in his hand and took a drink from it. An officer went to the location and made contact with the man – Curtis – when he returned to the drive through window.
The officer smelled alcohol and noticed Curtis speaking with slurred speech and swaying as he walked to the patrol car. Field sobriety tests were conducted, and Curtis was taken to the Texas County Jail for a 12-hour hold period.
Curtis’ wife picked up the two children who were also in the vehicle.