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Assault Suspect — Joseph Joyner, 41, of Big Sandy is being sought by authorities as a suspect in the recent assault of a Hollow Rock woman.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to a residence on Ephesus Church Road on July 23 regarding an assault. Upon arrival, Scott spoke with Angela Reinholt, who said that Joyner had been at her home and had assaulted her outside the residence before leaving in a white Chevrolet pickup truck. Scott observed that Reinholt had marks on her nose and what appeared to be scratch marks on her neck and wrist. Scott noted that Reinholt gave a report to the Benton County Sheriff’s Department on June 21 saying Joyner stole her SUV in Big Sandy.
License, Plate Violations — Douglas Adam Royal, 40, of 1855 Buck Ditch Road, Huntingdon, was cited for driving on a revoked license (fifth offense) and altering a registration plate during a July 22 traffic stop on Smyrna Road.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Royal after observing the vehicle parked in the road with two males standing at the rear of the vehicle. Royal told Scott they had been working on a speaker in the trunk of the car. A computer check revealed that Royal’s license was revoked for a prior DUI conviction. Scott also found the tags on the vehicle’s license plate were expired and the plate did not match the vehicle’s VIN number.
License Violation — Misty Myers, 39, of Milan was cited for driving on a revoked license during a June 21 traffic stop in Clarksburg.
Deputy Tommy Decanter reported that he pulled over a white four-door vehicle driven by Myers on Highway 22. A computer check showed that Myers’ license was revoked for a prior DUI conviction.
Evading — Christopher Robert Harris, 30, and Chadwick Stallone Jordan, 30, both of Bruceton, were both issued citations for evading following a July 19 incident near Buena Vista.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he was patrolling on Buena Vista Road when he observed three yellow four-wheelers traveling in the opposite direction. Scott turned his patrol vehicle around to pursue but was no longer able to see the four-wheelers, though he could hear them. After turning onto Green Allen Springs Road, Scott spotted the four-wheelers and activated his blue lights and siren. Only one of the drivers stopped, while the other two kept going. Scott identified the driver who stopped as Daniel Harris, who told Scott he didn’t know the full names of the other two drivers. Another deputy found the other two four-wheelers on the side of Smyrna Road, but the drivers had fled on foot. They were later identified as Robert Harris and Chadwick Stallone. Scott contacted them both by phone on July 22, and they both admitted to being the drivers of the four-wheelers.
High-Speed Pursuit — Anthony Wayne McBride, 35, of Bolivar was arrested following a high-speed pursuit on July 18 near Buena Vista.
According to the report by Deputy Christopher Adams, he and other deputies responded to 7240 Buena Vista Road to do a welfare check, and upon arrival, they observed two vehicles pulling away from the residence. Deputies followed the vehicles, and a high-speed pursuit ensued after both vehicles failed to stop at a stop sign.
Adams pursued one of the vehicles on Highway 114 South and then on Highway 424 and Yuma Road with speeds reaching up to 80 mph. The pursuit ended when the vehicle ran off the road on a sharp curve. McBride, the driver, told deputies that he had come to Carroll County to help a friend whose car was stuck in a ditch and that he did not want to go back to jail. A computer check showed that McBride’s license was suspended. A passenger in the vehicle was identified as Donovan Burton of Mercer. Burton told deputies that he had called 911 during the pursuit, and deputies confirmed this with dispatch. McBride was transported to the Carroll County Jail.
Assault, Vandalism — Amber Cheyenne Walker, 26, of 711 North Main Street, McKenzie, and Marlena Flores, 26, of 845 Northwood Drive, Huntingdon, are both suspected of assaulting a McKenzie woman and vandalizing her home on July 18.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to a call about a vandalism at 60 Hilltop Drive and spoke with Brittany Hill, who said that Walker and Flores had come to her house and beat on the door. Hill said she told them to go away, but they refused, and when she opened the door, the two women pushed their way into the house and started assaulting her. Scott observed that Hill had blood on her shirt and two swollen black eyes. Hill said that Walker and Flores also damaged her TV by knocking it over and damaging the screen. The TV was valued at $300. Walker and Flores had not yet been charged at the time of the report.