The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:
— David Zekius Jeter, 25, of 142 Baylor Street, Carlisle, was charged with simple possession of marijuana, and Tahnicha Barberia Jackson, 31, of 107 Henry Lane, Union, was charged with breach of peace around 5:45 p.m. on Feb. 23. According to the incident report, officers were dispatched to Jeter’s residence in reference to a disturbance and a 911 hang up. Upon arrival, officers found Jeter and Jackson arguing over a tax refund, and Jackson agreed to leave. Before leaving, Jackson told officers to search Jeter’s car, in which they found a baggy containing a leafy substance believed to be marijuana. Both Jeter and Jackson were transported to Union County Jail.
— Edna Mae Kershaw, 52, of 120 Dover Road, Union, was charged with driving under suspension and disregarding a stop sign around 11:30 p.m. on Feb. 23.
— Robert Thomas West, 58, of 3431 Buffalo West Springs Highway, Buffalo, was charged with driving under suspension and suspended tag around 1:05 p.m. on Feb. 24.
— John Daniel Crumpton, 33, of 120 Sardis Road, Union, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, driving under suspension (2nd), no proof of insurance and suspended tag. According to the incident report, an officer who knew Crumpton’s license was suspended initiated a traffic stop on Sardis Road. When a narcotics officer arrived, Crumpton admitted that methamphetamine had been manufactured at his home and took officers to the evidence. Crumpton was transported to Union County Jail.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
— A resident of Fowken Farm Road, Jonesville, reported on Feb. 22 that a barbed wire fence had been cut at his residence, and copper wire was missing from his utility poles. The case was turned over to investigation.
— A resident of Sardis Road, Union, reported that he left a set of metal four wheeler ramps in the back of his truck, which had been parked on Georgia Road in Union County. The ramps were valued at $300, and the case was turned over to investigation.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Nathaniel Ronald Walker, Jr., 26, of 102 Marcelus Street, Union, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance as well as simple possession of marijuana, ABC violation and speeding around 10:30 p.m. on Feb. 22. According to arrest warrants, Walker had eight diazepam — a Schedule IV controlled substance — and two hydrocodone — a Schedule III controlled substance — in the City of Union. According to the incident report, Walker was stopped for speeding, and due to a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the car, he was asked to get out of the car while officers searched. In addition to controlled substances, officers found marijuana and an open bottle of vodka. Walker was transported to Union County Jail.
— Devante Jamal Stewart, 17, of 100 McNeace Street, Union, was charged with assault and battery around 3:05 p.m. on Feb. 22. According to the arrest warrant, Stewart struck another man in the head while at Union County High School.
— Lorena Twalnette Jeter, 26, of 1207 West Main Street, Union, was charged with driving under suspension around 10:20 p.m. on Feb. 23.
— Matthew Peake, Jr., 45, of 205 Pinetree Lane, Union, was charged with driving under suspension around 1 p.m. on Feb. 24.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— The owner of Union Karate Center, located at 441 North Duncan Bypass, Union, reported on Feb. 23 that when he arrived at the business, he found a bullet hole near the bottom of the door. He said the hole was not there the previous day. Damage to the door was estimated at approximately $500.
— Officers responded to First Baptist Church, located at 405 East Main Street, Union, in reference to a burglary on Feb. 23. According to the incident report, someone gained entry into the church by breaking a window pane in one of the back doors. Window panes were also broken on four different doors surrounding the pastor’s office. Missing items included a Dell desktop computer, monitor and external hard drive, as well as a flat screen TV and a DVD player. Missing items are valued at a total of $1,500.