Archive for February, 2009

SWALLOWED EXCLUSIVE: Emily Davis Cayton Arrest and Booking Information and Photo!

February 25, 2009

Again, thanks to reader “Dale”…

Emily Davis Cayton Booking

Booking No 2009000556 File Number 78694
Offense THEFT I, PCS II
Inmate Name CAYTON, EMILY DAVIS
Arrest Date 02/11/2009 Booking Date 02/11/2009
Arresting Officer 32198  CARPENTER
Age 30 Sex F Race White
Height 5’0″ Weight 125 Hair BLN Eyes BLU
Emily Davis Cayton

Total Fines $ 0.00
Total Bond $ 350,000
Total Bail $ 35,000
CHARGE INFORMATION
Offense Disposition
THEFT 1ST DEG – 1 Pending
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE OFFENSE – POSSESS Pending
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE OFFENSE – 1 DELIVER Pending
BRIBE RECEIVING Pending
TAMPER WITH PUBLIC RECORDS – 1 Pending
FAIL TO APPEAR 2ND DEG – 1 CONDITION REL
CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY 09-1039 CT I Pending
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Emily Cayton arrested [Again! -Ed.] on drug charges

February 23, 2009

Thanks to reader “Dale” for updating me on this on-going story.

Emily Cayton arrested on drug charges
Cayton’s conditional release revoked

by Cecelia Haack

Former Columbia County Drug Court Coordinator arrested on additional drug charges.

Emily Davis Cayton, 30, of Scappoose, was arrested for possession of drugs on Feb. 11 and lodged in the Columbia County Jail.

Cayton, the former Columbia County drug court coordinator, was first arrested on Sept. 4, 2008, on charges related to theft and possession of drugs. She was arrested a second time on Sept. 19, 2008 on charges related to attempting to influence the drug court.

Dale Anderson, chief deputy district attorney, said Cayton was released from jail on Sept. 19, 2008, on a conditional release agreement. She was living on her own in Columbia County from Sept. 19 to until her arrest on Feb. 11.

On Oct. 2, 2008, she was indicted on one felony count each; for delivery of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, first-degree theft and receiving a bribe. She was also charged with one count of tampering with public records, a misdemeanor.

Cayton’s conditional release was revoked on Feb. 13. Anderson said additional charges would likely be filed against her.

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Originally printed in the The South County Spotlight, Feb 13, 2009

Copyright 2009 Pamplin Media Group

Send Your Drug Court Story to President Obama

February 5, 2009

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