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Carroll County Sheriff’s Department


Burglary — The Sheriff’s Department is investigating a recent case of burglary/breaking and entering on private property in Buena Vista.

According to the report by Deputy Frank McGee, he went to 3963 Maple Creek Road after receiving a call about a break-in at that address. Upon arrival, McGee found that someone entered the property by dismantling the cable across the driveway. The cabin on the property was broken into, but nothing was taken from inside the building. A deer stand valued at $1,249 was stolen from the property. Some pictures were taken by a trail camera.

Assault — Richard Allen Wells, 59, of 107 North Carroll Street, Bruceton, was charged with simple assault following a May 12 incident at his residence.

According to the report by Deputy Tommy Decanter, Wells was arrested after he allegedly assaulted Judy Yancy by hitting her on the arm and chest with a glass tray.

Drunkenness — Courtney Lee Norman, 32, of 1915 Leach Road, Cedar Grove, was cited for drunkenness on May 12 in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Deputy Tony King, he found Norman in an intoxicated state trying to find help at 4 a.m. on Casino Road. King noted that Norman smelled strongly of alcohol, her speech was slurred, her eyes were glassy, and she was unstable on her feet. Norman’s vehicle was found stuck off the side of the roadway, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.

Theft — Deputies are looking into the recent theft of items from private property in Buena Vista.

Daniel Schall of Millington told deputies on May 7 that someone came on his property at 2700 Pond Branch Road and took several items. Reported as stolen were a battery valued at $100, a 30-amp RV cord valued at $100, a storage box valued at $150, and a door valued at $200.


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