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Carroll County Sheriff's Report


Multiple Charges — Frederick Horton Crawley, 39, of 332 Peggy Lane, Atwood, was charged with assault, aggravated burglary, and intoxication during a January 1 incident in Atwood.

According to the report by Deputy Ethan Parham, deputies responded to a call about an altercation at 100 Peggy Lane and spoke with residents Allyson Jones and David Jones. They told deputies that Crawley came to their residence, rang the doorbell, and asked for a ride to Milan. At one point, they said, Crawley tried to forcibly enter the home, David Jones scuffled with Crawley and forced him back out the doorway, and then Crawley shoved Allyson Jones multiple times. Crawley allegedly threatened the two, saying “he was gonna kill them all.” When deputies later made contact with Crawley, they found that his eyes were bloodshot, he had slurred speech, and he smelled of alcohol.

Aggravated Assault — Hunter Shaun White, 20, of 180 Colt Circle, Hollow Rock, was charged with aggravated assault following a January 1 incident at the Carroll County Jail.

According to the report by Deputy Christopher Adams, he responded to a call about an assault at the jail. Upon arrival, Adams was shown surveillance video of White attacking fellow inmate Alex Travelstead while Travelstead was sleeping, stomping on the victim’s head four times and using his arms to strangle him. Travelstead was treated for minor injuries by jail staff.

Theft — Danny Maness of Bruceton told deputies on December 31 that someone stole a .380 Smith and Wesson Body Guard handgun with laser sights valued at $300 from his vehicle some time on December 30.

Bank Fraud — Rachel Sawyers of Huntingdon told deputies on December 30 that someone fraudulently used her banking account to make a total of $961.01 in unauthorized purchases.

License Violation — Steven Talmadge Baker, 36, of 87 Clearview Drive, Trezevant, was charged with driving on a revoked license during a December 30 traffic stop in McLemoresville.

Deputy Cody Walker reported that he pulled over a red Ford Ranger driven by Baker because he had prior knowledge that Baker’s license was revoked for a previous DUI conviction. A computer check confirmed Baker’s revoked status.

Vandalism — Deputies are investigating the recent vandalism and attempted theft of a vehicle in Hollow Rock.

Sandy Sharrod told deputies on December 29 that someone had tried to steal her car, which was parked at her residence at 23 Magers Drive. The interior of the car was damaged and the ignition had been vandalized. A neighbor told deputies that a white male had been seen inside Sharrod’s vehicle around midnight. Damage to the car was estimated at $1,000.

Drug Charges — Labryan Terrell Warlick, 22, of Jackson and Laquisha Safay Simmons, 21, of 70 Holmes Mill Road, Apt. C24, Huntingdon, were both charged with possession of a schedule I drug with intent and possession of a schedule VI drug with intent during a December 27 traffic stop on Buena Vista Road.

According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a gold sedan driven by Warlick with Simmons as a passenger because one of the vehicle’s brake lights was out. While speaking with Warlick, Walker detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, and he observed alcoholic beverages in the back seat. During a search of the vehicle, Walker found approximately 31 grams of a substance believed to be marijuana and 37 pills that field-tested positive for MDMA. Simmons told Walker that all the drugs belonged to Warlick, but Warlick said that only the marijuana belonged to him.

Theft — Deputy Kenny Tucker reported that on December 27 someone took a red feed bin valued at $250 from private property at 787 Park Cemetery Lane in Bruceton without the owner’s permission.


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