Alexandria Police issues an arrest report in October
November 11, 2023
By: Dwayne Page
The Alexandria Police Department issued the arrest report for October.
According to Chief Travis Bryant, 20-year-old Jonathan Guzman Viel of Foster Road, Smithville was charged with simple possession of a Schedule VI drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, and unlawful possession of a weapon. On Oct. 28, while patrolling the area of a Nashville freeway, police stopped a black Dodge Ram for a traffic violation, Chief Bryant said. After speaking with the driver, the officer detected the odor of marijuana. When the passengers got out of the car, one of the passengers, Guzman Viel, admitted that he had smoked marijuana earlier. A search of the vehicle found several grams of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a 9 mm pistol without any serial numbers.
45-year-old Fancy Dover of Lower Hilton Road in Alexandria is charged with DUI, simple possession of a Schedule IV drug and drug paraphernalia. According to Chief Bryant, an officer was called to the area of Lower Hilton Road on October 29 for a traffic accident. The car involved in the accident, driven by Fancy Dover, had pulled into the driveway of a house. While the officer was speaking with the driver, Dover, he noticed that her speech was slurred, and she was unsteady on her feet. There was also the smell of marijuana. Duffer was placed under arrest for DUI and an arrest warrant search turned up a small, round pill believed to be a Schedule IV drug along with drug paraphernalia. Duffer’s bond was set at $5,000.
Kishana Frazier, 43, of Lower Hilton Road in Alexandria, is charged with third-degree drug possession and tampering with evidence. On October 29, an officer was called to the area of Lower Hilton Road in reference to a traffic accident, Chief Bryant said. Frazier was a passenger in the car. While the officer was talking to her, Frazier tried to throw the evidence into the bushes. This evidence is that a small container was found containing 5.5 pills believed to be Schedule III drugs. Frazier’s bond was set at $7,000.
56-year-old James Wright of Church Street, Alexandria, is charged with altering the serial number of a firearm. Chief Bryant said that on October 12, an officer stopped Wright and while speaking with her, discovered that the .32 caliber handgun’s serial number had been removed.
Nicole Fultz, 23, of Page Drive, Smithville, is charged with possession of Schedule II drugs for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a handgun during a felony. On Nov. 1, an officer stopped Foltz for a traffic violation on the Nashville Expressway, Chief Bryant said. While speaking with her, the officer detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The search revealed a small metal can containing approximately 2.59 grams of a white powdery substance believed to be cocaine. Several items consistent with cocaine use were also found, as well as a 9mm Taurus handgun. Fultz’s bail was set at $41,500, and her trial date was set for November 16.
50-year-old Joseph Allen of Coon Branch Road in Alexandria is charged with first offense driving on a revoked license and financial liability. On Oct. 20, an officer stopped Allen for a traffic violation and learned his license had been revoked for a second DUI offense, Chief Bryant said.
43-year-old Valarian Smith of Osborne Lane, Murfreesboro is charged with driving on a suspended license. On Oct. 20, an officer pulled Smith over and discovered that Smith’s license had been suspended in Rutherford County, Chief Bryant said. Smith’s court date is set for Dec. 14.
31-year-old Eric Judkins of Hendrickson Road in Smithville is charged with driving on a suspended license. Chief Bryant said that on October 19, an officer pulled over Judkins and later a validation check of his license revealed it had been suspended. His trial date is December 14.
45-year-old Jimmy Aurand of Shady Lane, Alexandria, is charged with failure to appear in court and evading arrest. According to Chief Bryant, an officer spotted Aourand in Alexandria Square on November 7. The officer approached Aurand and informed him that the police had a warrant for his arrest for failure to appear in court. Aurand then fled on foot but after a short chase, the officer arrested Aurand and took him into custody. Orands’ bond was set at $2,300 and he will appear in court on November 16.
45-year-old LaVar Bass of Shady Lane, Alexandria, is charged with public drunkenness. On Nov. 7, police received several complaints that Bass may be weak and acting suspiciously, Chief Bryant said. An officer found Bass on West Main Street. While speaking with Bass, the officer noticed him acting erratically and claimed that someone was following him. Bass admitted to using drugs earlier. Due to his behavior and out of concern for his safety and the safety of others, Bass was taken into custody. Bass’ bail is set at $2,500, and his trial date is set for November 16.
Meanwhile, Chief Bryant said that on Friday, October 27, Alexandria Police Department officers joined other agencies in the Middle Tennessee area to conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Cumberland County. During the checkpoint, a total of 273 vehicles were checked, 9 drivers were given field sobriety tests, and 1 driver was arrested for drunk driving. A total of 16 citations were issued. The event was hosted and funded by the Tennessee Office of Highway Safety.
“The Alexandria Police Department is committed to making our roads safer from the dangers of impaired drivers, and by working with state and local agencies, we are able to provide our officers with better resources and funding at little or no cost to the City of Alexandria.” President Bryant said.