An all night fiasco at 20 Doe Ridge Lane near Sitka that stemmed from a domestic abuse call, led to numerous arrests and charges being filed in Sharp County.
According to the case report submitted from the Sharp County Sheriff's office, the original call came into 9-1-1 dispatch at 11:02 p.m. The caller, later identified as Kelly Gill, advised there were several individuals who were intoxicated and fighting and that her stepfather Ronny Story, 59, of Sitka had attacked her boyfriend.
Kelly told the dispatcher that there were guns present in the home. The dispatcher said she lost contact with the caller after hearing loud screaming from a male who was telling her not to come near him. Officers were dispatched to the location.
The report states that upon arrival, officers searched the woods for individuals who had ran out of the home. Two other officers searched the home and discovered one of the female subjects with a glass pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine.
Before the all night ordeal was over at 4:59 a.m, a be on the lookout (BOLO) was issued for one of the male subjects who had left the home. He was later apprehended.
Responding to the dispute were Sharp County Officer's Brian Coble and Trent Milligan, Cave City Officer Trent Bradley, Cherokee Village Officer Monte Lane, Ash Flat Officer Dan Frye and Evening Shade Officer Lonnie Haley.
Six suspects were charged in the incident, filling the Sharp County jail and leaving a lot of paperwork for Monday.
Dana Ushery, 26, of Oklahoma was charged with possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. Julie Gardner, 30, of Brookland, was charged with public intoxication and drinking in public. Raymond M. Story, 35 of Jonesboro was charged with public intoxication, drinking in public and interference with emergency communications. He also had warrants out of Jonesboro. Amy D. Keller, 36, of Jonesboro and Ronnie A. Story, 59, of Williford were both charged with drinking in public and public intoxication. Jerry W. Moss, 37, of Jonesboro was charged with disorderly conduct. Allen Morgan and Kimberly York, both of Oklahoma were taken to jail but no charges were filed against them.