Jacqueline R. Bray, 37, of Bellefontaine, was arrested Saturday for aggravated menacing and domestic violence.
Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department were dispatched to 612 Florence Ave. around 10:45 p.m. on report that Bray was beating up her mother, Jocelyn Stanley.
Bray arrived at the residence drunk and was aggressive towards Stanley. Bray began to vomit and began throwing things at Stanley.
Bray was taken into custody. Her daughter asked to see her mom before the suspect was transported to the Logan County Jail.
In the presence of her daughter, Bray allegedly said she was going to kill Stanley for pressing charges.
• Melissa Sue. Richardson, 33, of 120 Cantwell Ave., was charged Sunday with persistent disorderly conduct.
Officers responded to the residence around 8:45 p.m. and met with Richard Wallace and he explained that Richardson, his stepdaughter, was upset with Wallace and her mother, Laura Wallace, as they would not allow Richardson’s boyfriend over for a visit.
Richardson was instructed to stay in an upstairs bedroom and to stop screaming. She did not.
She was arrested and lodged in jail.
Drugs found in traffic stops
Derrek Driscol, 28, of 214 Pratt St., Apt. 5, was charged Saturday with possession of methamphetamine.
At 1:15 p.m., officers found him passed out in the driver’s seat of a parked car with the motor running in front of 304 W. Brown Ave. His head was resting on the steering wheel with his foot on the brake pedal and the vehicle in reverse gear.
Officers were able to rouse him but he appeared disoriented and dropped his cell phone from his lap upon exiting the car.
Methamphetamine was found among a bundle of debris found in the pockets of his clothing.
He was lodged in jail.
• Kirsten S. Taylor-Gerber, 19, of 617 N. Detroit St., was charged with possession of marijuana after a 5:45 p.m. traffic stop Sunday.
An officer conducted a stop after observing a front license plate violation and dark window tint on a car at Ludlow Road and Eastern Avenue.
While talking with the motorist, the officer detected an odor of raw marijuana but Taylor-Gerber denied several times marijuana was inside the car.
She was asked to step out and again asked about marijuana. She admitted to having a small amount concealed in her bra and took it out for the officer. When asked about earlier denials, she reportedly told the officer, “Well, you didn’t ask me if I had anything illegal on my person earlier.”
She did not appear to be under the influence of marijuana at the time of the stop.
Car damaged in hit-skip
Clay Carr, 1236 Superior St., reported Sunday he found the driver’s side of his car was damaged by a passing vehicle while parked along the street in front of his residence.
Driver cited in crash
Nicholas Beasley, 20, of 220 Meadowbrook Drive, was cited for failure to control after a single-vehicle crash Saturday.
He was operating a westbound van in the 1200 block of Eastern Avenue around 3:15 a.m. and lost control in a curve on the icy roadway. The van traveled off the south side of the road and hit a utility pole.
Damage was heavy.