Woman arrested on five charges
Police arrested a 33-year-old woman at South Providence Road and Research Park Dive Monday morning.
After observing a Jeep with expired registration, officers pulled Tosia Mizner over. When asked for her license and proof of insurance, officers discovered Mizner’s license was suspended due to a previous DWI charge. Mizner was also unable to provide proof of insurance, according to MU Police Department records.
After Mizner consented to a search of her vehicle, police located a marijuana pipe containing marijuana residue. Mizner denied ownership of the pipe, MUPD spokesman Brian Weimer said.
Police also located a marked white pill in Mizner’s purse. Upon further inspection it was determined that the pill was a Class 3 controlled substance, according to MUPD records.
Mizner was arrested on charges of possessing 35 grams or less of marijuana as a prior offender, possessing a controlled substance, driving with a suspended license, failing to provide proof of insurance and failing to register her vehicle annually.
Mizner was released from Boone County Jail on a $9,959.50 bond.
Man runs stops sign, police find marijuana in his car
Kyle Taylor, 19, was arrested on charges of possessing drug paraphernalia and running a stop sign at Rollins and Hitt streets Monday night.
Taylor was pulled over after police observed his vehicle drive through the stop sign. While speaking with Taylor, police smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle, according to MUPD reports.
Taylor told police no marijuana was in the vehicle and mentioned he was not the only one who drove it. After searching the vehicle, police located two pipes, two plastic bags containing marijuana residue and a pill bottle containing marijuana residue, according to MUPD reports.
Taylor was arrested on charges of possessing drug paraphernalia and violating a stop sign. Taylor was released on summons.
Five arrested on false identification charge
Police arrested a group of individuals at Tiger and Turner avenues Monday night.
Police observed a car driving from the north side of Delta Upsilon Fraternity drive over the sidewalk and east onto Tiger Avenue. After pulling the vehicle over and requesting identification from the passengers, police discovered each was in possession of false identification.
Harry Schauwecker, 19, Chelsi Gonzalez, 19, Taylor Kovacevich, 19, Kelsey Riddle, 18, and Andrew Mortenson, 20, were arrested on charges of false identification and released on summons.
Reckless driver arrested
Police arrested Jaide Rose, 22, at Stags Way and Rock Quarry Road early Wednesday morning.
During a routine patrol, police observed a vehicle following another too closely. The vehicle then began to flash its high beams at the vehicle it was following before crossing over the solid white line, according to MUPD reports.
Police pulled the vehicle over and administered a sobriety test. After searching the vehicle for further evidence, police located a silver grinder containing marijuana residue.
Rose was arrested on charges of failing to drive within a single line, failing to exhibit proof of insurance and the possession of drug paraphernalia. Rose was released on summons.
Man arrested in Rangeline residence
Columbia Police Department officers arrested David Wayne Whitmore Jr., 26, when they arrived at the scene of 2904 Rangeline St. A female victim said she and Whitmore were in an argument when he kicked her in the leg and hit her in the face. She grabbed the home phone but said Whitmore pushed her in a chair and sat on top of her, holding her hands so she couldn't call the police. He was arrested on charges of third-degree domestic assault with a $1,000 bond and felonious restrain on a $4,500 bond.