Arrest Report 5.31.12
The following information is provided courtesy of Avery County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Michael Raymond Laws, 54, arrested May 21 for assault on a female, first-degree kidnapping, attempted second-degree sexual offense, assault by strangulation, manufacture of schedule VI controlled substance.
Norman Wayne Carpenter, 47, arrested May 22 for communicating threats.
Jonathan Cody Alexander, 23, arrested May 23 for assault with a deadly weapon.
Todd Patrick Burleson, 42, arrested May 23 for simple assault, communicating threats.
Richie Allen Hughes, 39, arrested May 23 for assault by pointing a gun, communicating threats, disorderly conduct.
Tony Richard Brady II, 43, arrested May 24 for fleeing/eluding arrest with a motor vehicle, resisting a public officer.
Randy Robin Clawson, 17, arrested May 24 for misdemeanor simple possession of schedule VI controlled substance.
Christen Dawn Parlier, 40, arrested May 24 for simple assault.
Ricky James Parlier, 28, arrested May 24 for assault on a female.
Sabra Ann Pritchard, 28, arrested May 24 for simple possession of schedule IV controlled substance, simple possession of schedule III controlled substance, intoxicated and disruptive, possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor probation violation.
Amber Anne Snoddy, 22, arrested may 24 for simple possession of schedule IV controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Johnny Garlan Helms, 54, arrested May 25 for driving while impaired, simple possession of schedule IV controlled substance.
Steven Ray Pruitt, 48, arrested May 25 for driving while license revoked.
Robert Keith Taylor, 50, arrested May 25 for felony probation violation, manufacturing marijuana, maintaining a place for controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Quint Courtney Kiser, 35, arrested May 26 for intoxicated and disruptive, communicating threats, second-degree trespass.
Derek Lee Rowley, 34, arrested May 26 for driving while impaired, failure to maintain lane control.