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Aggravated Assault — Jerry Lee Johnson, 64, of 3150 Highway 70, Cedar Grove, was arrested for aggravated assault on July 27 after allegedly threatening a Cedar Grove woman with a gun.
According to the report by Deputy Tony King, James and Amy Fay Matthews were in the process of loading their belongings into a U-Haul truck at 5262 Highway 70 when their dog, which was running loose in the yard, started barking at Johnson. Johnson then allegedly pointed a handgun at Mrs. Matthews and threatened to kill both her and the dog. Johnson was later arrested at his residence without incident. He has since been released on a $10,000 bond.
Theft — A TV was recently reported as being stolen from a Hollow Rock residence.
Cheryl Kincaid told deputies on August 1 that she was in the process of moving into a residence at 22636 Highway 114, and at one point when she returned to the residence, she found that her flat screen 60” TV was missing. She said that the door had been closed but not locked. Neighbors reported seeing a silver car at the residence while Kincaid was away.
Theft — Lee Cook of Bruceton told deputies on July 31 that he saw tracks in his back yard and then noticed that the nozzle to his paint sprayer was missing. The nozzle was valued at $125.
Simple Possession — Ryan Bass, 22, of Jackson was cited into court for simple possession of marijuana during a July 29 traffic stop on Highway 70 near Huntingdon.
According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a green Mercury driven by Bass after observing the vehicle cross the center line numerous times. After getting Bass’s permission to search his vehicle, Walker found 13 grams of a substance believed to be marijuana and eight liquid THC tubes in the back floorboard.
Evading, Resisting — Tristan James Warmath, 23, of 2540 Highway 105, Trezevant, was arrested for evading arrest and resisting stop/halt/frisk on July 23 in McKenzie.
According to the police report, deputies responded to a call about a subject fleeing on foot from authorities in McKenzie. The reporting deputy spotted Warmath behind Block City Pizza, but Warmath ran away. The deputy made contact with Warmath on the railroad tracks, and when Warmath disobeyed the deputy’s commands to stop, the deputy deployed his taser gun and then took Warmath into custody. Warmath had active arrest warrants from Gibson and Weakley Counties.
Disorderly Conduct — Kathie Darlene Mann, 48, of 105 Green Valley Road, Huntingdon, was charged with disorderly conduct on July 23.
According to the report by Deputy Ethan Parham, he responded to a call about a disturbance at Mann’s residence and found Mann walking down Green Valley Road, cursing and yelling racial slurs. After attempting to get Mann to calm down, Parham placed Mann under arrest.