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Matter of Record
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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
Kristi J. Cox to Barbette Ann Outland in District 16. more
Theft of Property — Bobby Spain, of Trezevant, stated that someone came on his property without his permission, and removed his 1970 18 horsepower Evinrude outboard motor from his 12-foot Jon boat. Bobby stated that he had painted the motor cover from blue to tan and the lower part olive color with black prop. Bobby stated that he last saw the motor on May 8. more
The following indictments were issued during the May session of the Grand Jury of the Carroll County session of the Circuit Court of the 24th Judicial District. No address is listed for the defendants. more
John Michael and Melinda Jean Martin to Shelley A. and Kenneth J. Fannin in District 22. more
Criminal Trespass — Gavin Clay Rosson, 25, homeless, was charged with Trespassing at the Country Store on Hwy 70. Deputy Bongiovanni arrived at the country store and spoke to the manager of the store who stated that Rosson had entered the store shirtless, wearing black shorts, and sandals. The deputy then observed video surveillance showing Rosson in the store in the same clothing described by the store manager. Rosson had left the store before Deputy Bongiovanni arrived. The deputy waited for approximately 30 minutes across the street when Rosson showed back up at the store and got arrested for criminal trespass. more
Driving Without License, Insurance — Rigoberto Chavez Otero, 28, Dresden, was charged with Driving Without a License, Violation of Financial Responsibility and Failure to Maintain Lane on May 12. more
Larry Ray Moore, 59, of McKenzie, to Sheila Ann Porter Pratt, 59, of McKenzie. more
Theft of Merchandise — Karen Munkeboe, 72, of Huntingdon, was cited into General Sessions Court for Theft of Merchandise under $1,000 on May 6. Joe Lowe, head of security at Walmart, stated that Munkeboe had taken several plants from the garden center without paying for them. Restitution is due to Walmart in the amount of $66.62. more
HUNTINGDON (May 8) — The following cases were heard on Carroll County General Sessions Court on May 8. more
HUNTINGDON (May 1) — The following cases were heard in the Carroll County General Sessions Court on May 1. more
Rachel Susan Williams, 30, Buena Vista, to Eelee Mikhail James, 34, of Buena Vista. more
Theft of Property — Mr. Lloyd Bateman reported his trailer was stolen. The trailer is a 16-ft double axle trailer with white wheels. The trailer is black and had two or three broken or missing boards in the floor. He valued the trailer at $1,400. more
Domestic Assault — John Michael Millsap, 49, Linden Street, McKenzie is charged with Domestic Assault on May 3. more
Animal Cruelty — Amanda Seymore, 44, of Huntingdon, was charged with Animal Cruelty because she left her male pit-bull under the care of her brother while she was incarcerated. The dog bit Seymore’s brother while he was trying to feed and water it. Her brother then sought out help from the city of Huntingdon’s animal control officer. The dog was very hostile towards animal control and city officers when they attempted to retrieve the dog. Walton reported it was unclear whether the dog had been without food and water for days. Other residents said they haven’t seen anyone check on the dog in over ten days. more
Jennifer Smith to Danny Jones. No district listed. more
On Thursday, the 113th General Assembly of the Tennessee Legislature drew to a close. It was a tumultuous session marked by Tennessee teachers being allowed to enter the classroom armed, AI protection in the music industry, additional abortion legislation, and the school voucher bill failing. Included was the passage of Governor Lee’s $52.8 billion budget. more
HUNTINGDON (April 24) — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court. more
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