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Matter of Record
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HUNTINGDON (June 5) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on June 5. more
Megan Nicole Alosa, 28, of Cedar Grove, to Taylor Channing Weaver, 32, of Cedar Grove. more
DUI-Second Offense — Wendy L. Calderon, 49, Highway 124, McKenzie, was charged with DUI-Second Offense on June 4. more
Ashley Long to Amber Cole in District 22. more
HUNTINGDON (June 5) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on June 5.DUI; 1st Offense — Robert Lyles, 37, was arrested on June 1 for driving under the influence and violation of implied consent law. more
The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on Wednesday, May 29 more
Criminal Trespass — Maurice Lawrence, 31, was arrested on May 15, 2024, for trespassing at Huck’s Convenience Store in Huntingdon. Lawrence stated that he wanted to go to jail and came to Huck’s because he had nothing else to do. Reported by Officer Justen Roberts. more
Jonathan David Farmer, 37, of Bruceton, to Sarah Marie Medley Way, 40, of Maury City. more
Howard and Martha Lovell to Jonathon and Amy Lott in District 8. more
Evading Arrest — Jeremy Vinyard, 35, of Atwood, was served a warrant for arrest. As deputies were pulling into the driveway to arrest Vinyard, two men were working on a vehicle and one of them, Vinyard, ran into the house. Vinyard then exited the house where deputies lost sight of him in the woods. A charge evading arrest was added. more
Resisting Arrest — On May 28 at approximately 1:12 p.m., arresting officer Lt. Justin Brister responded to TN Highway 79 to the southern city limits of McKenzie in regards to a black Hyundai Santa Fe SUV that had evaded Gibson County Sheriff’s Office last seen on Highway 79 driving towards McKenzie. more
Domestic Assault — Noah Ray Chandler, 25, of Lavinia, was charged with Domestic Assault on May 17. more
Elizabeth Anne Miller Fortner, 55, of Huntingdon, to Sammy Wilson Bettie, 58, of Huntingdon. more
Paul McAfee to Teraluma Land, LLC. No district listed. more
HUNTINGDON (May 22) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on May 22. more
Burglary, Theft — On May 20, 2024, an individual came to McKenzie City Hall regarding several thefts from his residence on Magnolia Avenue. The victim stated that his shed behind his residence had been burglarized several times over the last few months but he was unsure of how many times. more
Kaylie Morgan Grant, 25, of Yuma, to Dylan Scott Harper, 24, of Yuma. more
Schedule VI Drug Violations — Shannon Office, 35, of Jackson, was arrested on April 27 for unlawful drug paraphernalia use and lights required on motor vehicles. Officer Roberts observed Shannon’s car driving on Main Street when he noticed the driver’s side headlight was out and initiated the traffic stop. Officer Roberts could smell marijuana when he contacted the driver. Roberts asked the driver and passengers to step out of the vehicle and he found several unidentified pills, small amounts of marijuana, and a scale inside of a purse in the backseat. Then inside of the trunk of the vehicle was 66 grams of marijuana. The driver said it was not hers but took responsibility for everything in the car. more
Fugitive From Justice — Joshua French, 39, Holladay, Tenn. was arrested and charged seven charges including Driving on a Revoked, Light Law Violation, Violation of Financial Responsibility, Driving an Unregistered Vehicle, Simple Possession -Schedule VI, Failure to Appear in a Missouri Court, Violation of Probation out of Missouri. more
The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on Wednesday, May 15. more
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