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A Yadkinville man has been charged with assaulting three individuals, including a police officer.
Fernando Soto, age 18, of N. State St. in Yadkinville, was charged with assault on a government official, assault on a female, simple assault, drunk and disruptive disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, possession of alcohol under 21 years of age and impeding traffic.
An officer with the Yadkinville Police Department on June 9 observed a man and woman in a physical altercation in the roadway.
Traffic had come to a stop as the two were fighting, according to a Yadkinville Police Department release.
Another man had come to try to aid the woman, and that man was assaulted also, according to Yadkinville Police Capt. Patrick L. Long.
The officer intervened and the male, identified as Fernando Soto, age 18, of N. State St. in Yadkinville, turned his aggression toward the officer, according to the release.
After Soto lunged for a nearby knife, the officer subdued Soto and was able to take Soto in to custody, the release states. The officer suffered minor injury resulting from being struck in the face and mouth by Soto, according to the release. Alcohol was a contributing factor, according to the release.
Soto was charged with assaulting two other individuals in addition to the officer. He was being held under a $25,000 bond for the following charges: Assault on a government official, assault on a female, simple assault, drunk and disruptive disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, possession of alcohol under 21 years of age, impeding traffic.
Steak theft at Food Lion leads to heroin arrest:
Police officers investigating the theft of $77 in steaks at Food Lion in Yadkinville on June 11, 2013, located the suspect vehicle at the nearby Bojangles restaurant, according to a Yadkinville Police Department release. Investigators seized heroin and other controlled substances from the occupants.
Police arrested Jonathan Christopher Ward, age 30 of Motor Road in Winston-Salem for possession with intent to manufacture sell and deliver heroin, possession of schedule IV drugs, and misdemeanor larceny. Ward was placed under a $15,000 secured bond.
Police also arrested Elizabeth Nicole Pardue Atkinson, age 27 of 925 Motor Road in Winston-Salem for misdemeanor larceny. Atkinson was placed under a $2,500 secured bond.