Winfield woman charged with domestic assault
At around 6:31 p.m. on July 16, Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 300 block of Harmonica Place in response to a domestic dispute with a weapon involved.
Upon arrival at the residence, deputies found 55-year-old Deanna Rockers sitting at the base of the front porch stairs with blood on her hands and left arm.
In the living room, deputies found the victim holding his right leg. A large laceration was located on the outside of his right calf, and he was bleeding profusely.
During a sweep of the residence, deputies made contact with a witness, who said Rockers had been fighting with them all day – and throwing items throughout the house. The witness then said he heard yelling between Rockers and the victim, then banging, before seeing the victim limping into the living room, telling him to call 911.
The witness then said Rockers came into the room with blood on her hands, saying she was going to jail.
The victim told deputies Rockers was yelling at the witness, then became aggressive toward him. As he turned to leave, she picked up a wall tile and cut him with it.
Rockers said she was making dinner when the victim started hitting her, and she fell to the ground and broke her arm, due to the loose tiles.
The victim was taken to Mercy Hospital St. Louis. Rockers was taken to SSM St. Joseph Hospital in Lake St. Louis.
Rockers has been charged with first-degree domestic assault with serious physical injury. The Honorable Gregory Allsberry set bond at $100,000, cash only, with no contact to be made with the victim or witness, should she be released, and she is to wear GPS monitoring.
Foley woman charged with drug possession
On July 14, at approximately 11:23 p.m., a Troy police officer was dispatched to the 300 block of Highway 47 in response to a report of a driver who was asleep at the wheel and blocking the drive-through window.
When the officer approached the scene, he found a gold Ford Fusion with Robin Stanek, 30, behind the wheel. The car was running, and in drive, but Stanek’s foot was on the brake pedal.
After the officer placed the vehicle in park, he woke up Stanek and asked her to step out of the vehicle.
After admitting she had taken Xanax earlier in the evening, she admitted to the officer there was more Xanax in her car, as well as methamphetamine. A consent search of the vehicle located a black, flower-printed bag containing seven hypodermic needles and two black containers.
Inside one container were eight blue pills, and inside the other was a crystal substance wrapped in plastic. A field test of the substance showed it was methamphetamine.
Stanek was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance. She has a prior conviction on two counts of the same charge in October of 2013.
Elsberry man charged with domestic assault
At about 6:25 p.m. on July 16, according to a probable cause statement from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, a woman said she went into her bathroom, and saw drugs all over her sink.
She confronted the suspect, Joshua Dugan, 31, about using drugs in her house, and he started calling her vulgar names. She then demanded he leave her house.
The victim stated she has tried to get Dugan to move out of the house several times, and has even tried to get a restraining order against him.
In an attempt to make a point to the suspect, the victim told Dugan “I guess the only way I am going to get you out…is to tell the police you hit me.”
Dugan, in response, said, “Well, I guess I might as well hit you then,” and proceeded to hit her hard on her left hand once.
Dugan has been charged with third-degree domestic assault.
Troy woman charged with felony DWI
Lincoln County prosecutors have charged a Troy woman after a traffic stop last spring.
On April 25 at 1:13 a.m., a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a black Chevrolet Tahoe on East Cherry Street for failing to use a proper turn signal. When the trooper asked the driver, 29-year-old Katelyn Thompson, if she had been drinking, she admitted to having one vodka drink.
When asked to take a breathalyzer, Thompson consented, however it took multiple attempts to get a readable sample. On the final attempt, the trooper was able to get a blood alcohol content of .191.
Thompson also failed a field sobriety test.
On June 19, Thompson was charged with aggravated DWI.
(All persons charged of a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law).