Police & Sheriff’s Reports

Police & Sheriff’s Reports

The individuals listed have been cited/arrested/charged in Troup County. However, this is not an admission of guilt. All parties are considered innocent until proved guilty.

• Monday night evening about 6:04 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to the Publix supermarket on Commerce Avenue in reference to Shoplifting.

Police were initially advised that the shoplifting suspect had stolen items from the store and left the area in a red Kia headed behind McDonalds.

While responding to the scene, additional officers located the suspect vehicle on Foch Street and detained the driver, Keyshunvia Robinson. Responding officers then stopped by Foch Street to observe Robinson’s appearance before continuing on to Publix and meeting with the store manager.

The manager told police that he observed a the female pick up a single bottle of Beviamo Moscato wine, valued at $18.29, and a four pack of MYX Mango Moscato wine coolers, valued at $8.81, from the wine isle. He stated he later observed the female leaving the store without purchasing any items, but saw that her purse was heavy from items that had obviously not been in there before.

Police then reviewed security video that confirmed Robinson was the suspected offender. Officers then conducted a search and located the bottle of Beviamo Moscato and a four-pack of MYX Mango Moscato in Robinson’s possession. She was unable to produce any receipts showing she paid for the items.

Robinson was later determined to have been driving on a suspected license that had been suspended in August 2014 for Failure to Appear. The tag on Robinson’s Kia was also expired and had been replaced by a tag registered to a Dodge Stratus. The Kia also had no liability insurance and a two-year-old child was in the back seat in an improperly secured car seat. As a result, Robinson was arrested and transported to the Troup County Sheriff’s Office where she was booked into the jail charged with Theft by Shoplifting – Less than $500, Driving on Suspended License, -Expired Registration, Switched Tag, No Proof of Insurance, and Fail to Use a Child Safety Seat.

Robinson was later released from the Troup County Jail on bond.

• Early Tuesday morning about 12:14 a.m., LaGrange Police were participating in a traffic safety checkpoint on Whitesville Street near Webster Street when officers made contact with a Honda Accord being operated by Gabrielle Knight.

When officers asked Knight for her driver’s license, she provided police with a paper copy of her license that had expired. Officers then asked if she had another driver’s license because this one had expired. She then produced a second copy of the exact same one she initially provided, so officers ran her information and learned her license had been suspended for a safety violation December 2016, with an official suspension date in April.

Police then advised Knight that she was being placed under arrest for Driving with a Suspended License and asked her to exit the vehicle and to put her hands behind her back.

Officers say that Knight initially refused to comply after numerous repeated requests. They say that Knight eventually

exited the vehicle, but when instructed to turn around to be handcuffed, she briefly refused before ultimately doing so.

Officers then began to handcuff Knight, but she tried to pull away as they gave her numerous verbal requests to stop resisting. Knight then continued to twist and turn the upper portion of her torso in an attempt to resist being taken into custody.

Multiple officers were eventually able to secure Knight in handcuffs as she repeatedly tried to pull away.

Police later gave Knight several opportunities to call someone to pick up her remove her vehicle from the roadway, but she allegedly became irritated and refused to speak anymore, so the vehicle was towed from the scene.

As a result, Knight, age 25, was arrested and transported to the Troup County Sheriff’s Office where she was booked into the jail charged with Driving Unlicensed and Obstruction of Officers.

Knight was later released from the Troup County Jail on bond.

• Monday afternoon about 12:30 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to the Home Depot on Lafayette Parkway in reference to an indecent exposure that allegedly occurred at the LaGrange Mall.

Police were advised that a white male in a white GMC Sierra truck with an Alabama tag exposed himself to a female while in the parking lot of TJ Maxx on Lafayette Parkway. Officers quickly located and pulled over a GMC Sierra with the same tag number on Vernon Street near Bull Street.

Officers then made contact with the driver, who stated he was on his lunch break and just ate at Taco Bell on Commerce Avenue. The male claimed he just left Taco Bell and went directly to Home Depot, making no stops.

Police then confronted the male with the complaint and he denied the accusation.

Additional officers met with the female complainant, who stated she had been in the parking lot of TJ Maxx placing a note on a friend’ vehicle when she noticed a white GMC Sierra pull up to her. She stated the driver then honked the horn at which time she looked over and observed a white male in his thirties with brown hair and glasses and medium build inside the truck fondling himself.

The female stated the truck then left, so she followed it to the parking lot of Home Depot and called 911.

Walker initially denied a police request to take a polygraph test, but later agreed to take the test which is currently being scheduled.

• Rashad Jarel Colman, age 30, was arrested by West Point Police for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – Less Safe.

• Melissa Rodgers, age 19, was arrested by West Point Police on a warrant for another agency.

• Aleshia Shoyvonne Nelson, age 25, was arrested by West Point Police for Driving with a Suspended License.