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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

10/1/19 Edition


Aggravated Assault — Kristopher Chase Stenberg, 18, of 293 Holmes Street, Trezevant, was arrested for two counts of aggravated assault and one count of aggravated burglary following a September 29 incident at a Trezevant residence.

According to the report by Deputy Michael Sevarns, he responded to a call from 4110 Big Buck Road and spoke with residents Barry Walker and Johnna Crouse, who said that Stenberg came on the property, walked into the garage with a knife in his hand, and knocked on the door. When Walker answered the door, Stenberg accused Walker of “talking about him.” Walker told Stenberg to get off the property and closed the door. Walker said that Stenberg said he would be back “with his friends,” but Stenberg was not on the property when officers arrived. Both Walker and Crouse told the deputy that they felt fear for their lives. Stenberg was later apprehended by authorities, and a knife was found inside his vehicle.

License Violation — Robert Davis Bennett, 54, of 18600 West Main Street, Huntingdon, was charged with driving on a suspended license during a September 18 traffic stop in Hollow Rock.

According to the report by Deputy Michael Sevarns, he pulled over a Honda Accord driven by Bennett due to no tag lights and no visible plates. Bennett did not have a driver’s license with him, but a computer check revealed that his license was suspended.

Drug, License Violations — Lawrence Shelby Norman, Jr., 37, of Milan was arrested for drug violations and for driving on a suspended license on September 21 in Cedar Grove.

Deputy Michael Krause reported that he was patrolling on Terry Road when he observed a vehicle turn around and then park in a driveway in a suspicious manner. The driver (Norman) got out of the vehicle and told Krause that he was there to see his girlfriend while he was seemingly on the phone with someone telling that person to come outside. When no lights came on at the residence and no-one came outside, Krause asked Norman for his driver’s license, but Norman said he didn’t have his license with him. A computer check showed that Norman’s license was suspended. After getting Norman’s permission to search the vehicle, Krause found a folded up dollar bill containing a substance the tested positive for methamphetamine, as well as a meth pipe. Residents at that address told Krause that Norman did not have permission to be on the property.

Theft/Check Fraud — Jennifer Taylor of Huntingdon told deputies on September 24 that sometime around July 25, someone took her checkbook without her permission.

Taylor said the account has been closed since 2011. A check from this account was used at Little General in Gleason on August 31. The matter is still under investigation.

Theft — Kathy Hernandez of Atwood told deputies on September 23 that someone took her 3,500-watt Champion generator sometime between 8 p.m. on September 22 and 7 a.m. on September 23.

Valued at $450, the generator was described as yellow with a cracked plastic panel on the left side. The matter is still under investigation.

Vandalism — Jerrie Coleman of Atwood told deputies on September 23 that someone had “keyed” his car on all sides and on the hood.

The vandalism is believed to have occurred at around 5 a.m., and damage to the car was estimated at $500. The matter is still under investigation.

Resisting — Austin Edward Williams, 28, of 142 Booker Street, McKenzie, was charged with resisting stop/frisk/halt/arrest after running from officers.

According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a gray Pontiac on Highway 436 due to a broken taillight when Williams exited from a back passenger door and ran into a nearby cornfield, ignoring Walker’s commands to stop. Williams was later found by officers in a creek bed. A computer check showed that Williams had an active warrant out for failure to appear with a $12,000 bond.


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