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UNION — After comments he made while in a holding cell at Union County Jail, a local man was charged with threatening the life of a public official.


Dean Lee Clark Gibson, 40, of 134 Catawba Hill Drive, Union, was charged with threatening the life of a public official around 10:14 p.m. Feb. 23.


According to the incident report, Gibson was brought to Union County Jail where he was under arrest for another charge. Gibson was charged with making harassing phone calls around 8:50 p.m. According to the incident report, he had called 911 dispatch, using profane language and making statements about a dispatcher.


After being placed in the holding cell for observation, Gibson stopped an officer and stated that when he (Gibson) got out of jail, he had a bullet for Sheriff David Taylor and that he was going to kill the sheriff. Gibson was charged due to the threatening comment.


The Union County Sheriff’s Office also reported the following arrests:


— Frances Louise Zelano, 23, of 119 Velda Drive, Union, was charged with disorderly conduct, petit larceny and possession of drug paraphernalia around 5:15 p.m. Feb. 22.


— Ashley Anita Sumner, 19, of 129 Buffalo Street, Buffalo, was charged with disorderly conduct around 5:15 p.m. Feb. 22.


— Stanford Lee Gregory, 40, of 125 Arbor Road, Jonesville, was charged with breach of peace around 5:15 p.m. Feb. 21.


— Dennis Dale Willard, Jr., 26, of 683 Rice Avenue Ext., Union, was charged with driving under the influence and driving under suspension around 10:40 p.m. Feb. 21.


— Christin Lynn Clark, 26, of 200 Francis Avenue, Union, was charged with breach of peace around 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22.


— Obedi Talley, Jr., 25, of 204 3rd Street, Union, was charged with breach of peace around 9:35 p.m. Feb. 22.


— Stanley Eugene Jeter, 47, of 106 Hodges Lane, Union, was charged with breach of peace around 10:30 p.m. Feb. 22.


The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:


— A resident of Canal Road, Lockhart, reported that one 18-inch strand of pearls (valued at $500) and one seven-inch strand of pearls (valued at $150) were missing from her residence. The complainant stated she moved back to her residence on Feb. 18 and noticed the items missing on Feb. 20.


— A resident of Canal Road, Lockhart, reported on Feb. 20 that three rings were missing from her residence. The rings were described as (1) a gold men’s ring with a square center and missing a white stone, (2) a gold men’s ring with a white stone in the center and indents on the side, and (3) a gold men’s high school ring (Union High) with a black stone in the center and “U” on top. The rings were valued at a combined total of $1,200.


— A resident of Jerusalem Road, Pacolet, reported on Feb. 22 that a come-along handle with chain, a tiller motor, and various tools were stolen from a shop on his property between Feb. 11-22. Missing items were valued at a total of $600. The case was sent to investigations.


— A Pomaria resident reported on Feb. 22 that she accidentally left her Samsung Galaxy S2 cell phone in the restroom at McDonald’s, located at 605 N. Duncan Bypass, Union, and when she went back to get it, it was gone. The phone was valued at $100.


The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:


— Travis Heath Hackler, 36, of 749 Bailey Road, Union, was charged with two counts of first-degree harassment around 4:35 p.m. Feb. 21. According to arrest warrants, Hackler made contact with a woman — in person and by phone — with whom he was advised not to contact per his bond papers. Warrants also state Hackler made contact with a man in person and by phone with whom he was advised to have no further contact. Warrants also state Hackler conducted surveillance of both victims.


— Melanie Louise Payne, 39, of 307 North Boyce Street, Union, was charged with disorderly conduct around 8:10 a.m. Feb. 21.


The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incident:


— A resident of North Boyce Street, Union, reported on Feb. 23 that her son left his bicycle under the stairwell of their apartment building — covered with a blue tarp — on the evening of Friday, Feb. 21. When they returned from church around 1:30 p.m. Feb. 23, the bicycle was gone. The bike is a green, black and silver bicycle with pegs on both wheels and the word “mongoose” on the frame. The case was turned over to investigations.

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