By RACHEL C. DOVE
WILLIAMSON - A woman arrested by Williamson City Police Chief C.D. Rockel on Thursday displayed great emotion in magistrate court when she was informed her bond for a previous charge was being revoked, after a warrant was filed against her for an alleged theft occurring on March 23.
Crystal Rachelle Davidson, 24, of Williamson, was taken into custody by Rockel after several days of attempting to locate her for a petit larceny charge. According to the chief, Davidson is alleged to have stolen a wallet from Stephanie Chapman that contained $450 cash.
The alleged incident occurred on Joseph Avenue on March 23. The victim told police that during a conversation with the defendant, Davidson is said to have grabbed the wallet from her hand and fled on foot, and then reportedly jumped into a vehicle and left the location.
Last month, Davidson had been released from jail on bond following her arrest on charges of obtaining services by false pretenses stemming from failure/refusal to pay taxi fare in the amount of $21 after getting a cab ride to her residence.
“My officers and I have been looking for the defendant since the new charges were filed on March 23,” said Rockel. “I was on patrol today and spotted her walking toward the residence of her children. She was placed under arrest.”
Davidson was acting in an irate manner during her arraignment, speaking loudly and using profanity. When informed that she was being taken to jail and that her bond had been revoked, the defendant began yelling and crying hysterically, and claimed to be experiencing dizziness and nausea.
Magistrate Dallas Toler was unable to complete the arraignment hearing because of her behavior, and elected to have her undergo a video arraignment from the jail after she was transported.
The defendant ‘s bond was set at $2,500 on the petit larceny charge. She will remain incarcerated in the Southwestern Regional Jail at Holden pending the bond revocation hearing.