Fugitive Warrant Brought Against Washington D.C. Woman

A Washington D.C. woman was recently arrested here for being a fugitive from justice.
45 year old Fabienne Valerie Niaba is under a $50,000 bond. She appeared in court on January 28 and signed waivers for extradition. Niaba is expected to be picked up within ten days. The fugitive warrant against her is out of Virginia for a violation of probation on a grand larceny charge.
43 year old Melisha Rena Martin of Kings Court Circle, Smithville was cited on Friday, January 29 for simple possession of a schedule III drug (Hydrocodone) and simple possession of drug paraphernalia. Her court date is February 11. Sheriff Patrick Ray said that Martin was a passenger of a vehicle stopped by a deputy for a light law violation. The driver gave consent to search the vehicle and the officer found a zippered bag on the right side of the passenger seat where Martin had been sitting. Inside the bag was a pill container which held two white oblong pills believed to be Hydrocodone, a schedule III drug . Needles, a spoon, and a cut straw were also found in the bag.
38 year old Julie Darlene Wright of Cordell Love Road, Smithville is charged with unlawful possession of a weapon. She will be in court on February 4. Sheriff Ray said that on Tuesday, January 26 a Sheriff’s Department Detective was at a residence on Cordell Love Road assisting the Tennessee Department of Correction with a home search. The Detective spoke with Wright, who lives at the residence. Several guns were found during a search of the home. Wright was convicted on a charge of sale and delivery of a schedule III drug in November 2015 and is not supposed to be in possession of any weapons.
36 year old Joseph Anthony Dockins of Lebanon is charged with driving on a revoked license. He was further cited for a light law violation and no insurance. His bond is $1,500 and he will be in court February 4. Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, January 31 Dockins was pulled over in a traffic stop on Highway 70 west near Highway 53 for a tail light being out. A computer check revealed that Dockins’ license were suspended on December 8, 2014 in Wilson County for failure to file an accident report and for failure to comply with financial responsibility.

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