Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports
Assault — A Buena Vista man was arrested December 26. Deputy Dennis Adkins charged Adam Lee Simmons, 37, of 13295 Highway 114 with four counts of domestic assault. According to Adkins’ report, Simmons’ mother contacted deputies in reference to an assault. She and another woman gave statements that Simmons had assaulted both of them by shoving, kicking and punching them. Deputies could see bruises on both women.
Multiple Charges — A Hollow Rock man was arrested December 25. Deputy Ethan Parham charged Joseph Raymond Humphreys, 39, of 455 Kee Street with resisting arrest, and Humphreys was also charged with domestic assault. According to Parham’s report, deputies were assisting in Humphreys’ arrest for domestic assault when he ran into the woods.
Drug Possession — A Trezevant woman was arrested December 12. Deputy Dennis Adkins charged Deborah Diana Moody, 52, of 4805 Big Buck Road with two counts of possession of schedule II, possession of schedule IV, possession of drug paraphernalia, and theft under $1,000. According to Adkins’ report, deputies were called to Dollar General in Atwood in regards to a shoplifter. When they arrived they found Moody and Dennis Morris of Milan in a Mercury outside. They consented to a search and deputies found six alprazolam pills, seven Percocet pills, and a small amount of methamphetamine, along with a lamp from the store. Moody said the drugs were all hers and she had stolen the item.
Vehicle Theft — A Yuma man was arrested December 21. Deputy Kenny Tucker charged Bradley Dewayne Coleman, 29, of 16015 Highway 424 with motor vehicle theft. According to Tucker’s report, Coleman’s stepfather, Billy Gooch, returned home from working out of state to find that his vehicle had sustained damage from an accident. Coleman had taken the vehicle without permission and said he had hit a deer with it. Coleman had an existing warrant for his arrest.
Theft — A Huntingdon woman was cited into court December 29. Deputy Ethan Parham charged Brooksey Nicole Wadley, 26, of 11400 Lexington Street with theft under $1,000. According to Parham’s report, Alan Kee, owner of Country Side Grocery, reported to deputies that Wadley had pumped $45 worth of gas and left without paying for it. He contacted Wadley to tell her she had not paid for her gas.