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Drug Possession — Chas Elliot Robinson, 32, of Roland Mill Road, Bruceton, was charged with possession of a schedule II drug with intent during a Nov. 9 traffic stop in Bruceton.
According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, another deputy pulled over a vehicle driven by Robinson on Roland Mill Road, and Walker came to the scene to provide backup. Robinson was asked to step out of the vehicle, and Walker conducted a pat-down of his clothing. Walker detected something in Robinson’s left front pocket, and when Robinson emptied his pocket, he pulled out a round container containing two separate baggies of a substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine.
DUI — Sierra Faith Eagle, 20, of Bumpus Mills was charged with DUI (first offense) on Nov. 8 in McKenzie.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he found Eagle asleep at the wheel of a vehicle at the stop sign at Old McKenzie Highway and Highway 22. After Scott managed to wake Eagle, she said that she did not know where she was, she was trying to get home, and her phone died. Scott observed a rolled-up $1 bill with some kind of residue on it, and when Scott asked if she had been drinking or using drugs, Eagle initially said that she had not, but then admitted to snorting a Xanax pill. Eagle performed poorly on field sobriety tests.
Disorderly Conduct — James Dewayne Rogers, 23, of 195 Rogers Lane, Bruceton, was arrested for disorderly conduct during a Nov. 8 incident in Bruceton.
According to the report by Deputy Michael Taylor, he responded to a 911 call from Cheatham Street about Rogers chasing and assaulting people and running wild in the neighborhood. Upon arrival, Taylor found a crowd gathered around as two Bruceton firefighters were holding Rogers down on the ground. Taylor appeared to be under the influence of some kind of drug or alcohol. Officers took Taylor into custody and transported him to the Carroll County Jail, where he had to be placed in a restraint chair upon arrival.
Drug Charges — Juss Garnet Rister, 30, of Camden was charged with possession of methamphetamine, simple possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia during a Nov. 9 traffic stop in Bruceton.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Rister due to a taillight not working. While speaking with Rister, Scott detected the odor of marijuana. During a search of the vehicle, Scott found approximately 1.98 grams of a substance believed to be meth, approximately 3.65 grams of a substance believed to be marijuana, two glass pipes with white residue, a needle, a digital scale, and a metal pipe.
Domestic Assault — Michael Anthony White, 62, of 18260 Highway 22, McKenzie was charged with domestic assault following a Nov. 6 incident at his residence.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to a domestic call at the home and spoke with White’s daughter, Kaylin White. She told the deputy that her father had punched her in the face, and she was now having trouble closing her mouth. Scott then spoke with Anthony White, and he stated that he did strike his daughter. Kaylin White was transported by ambulance for medical evaluation.
DUI — Derek Cannon, 28, of 1380 Hebron Church Road, Bruceton, was charged with DUI (second offense) and violation of implied consent on Nov. 6 near Bruceton.
According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to a call about a side-by-side traveling up and down Hebron Church Road playing loud music. Upon arrival, Scott observed a side-by-side and a four-wheeler on that road and made contact with the drivers. While speaking with Cannon, the driver of the four-wheeler, Scott detected the odor of alcohol, and Cannon appeared to be unsteady on his feet. When asked, Cannon stated that he had consumed a few beers. Cannon refused to take field sobriety, blood-alcohol, or breath tests.