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Drugs, License Violation — Charles Adrian Robbins, 29, of Camden was charged with simple possession of marijuana, simple possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and driving on a suspended license (second offense) during a Nov. 19 traffic stop in Hollow Rock.
According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a white Nissan Altima driven by Robbins because the tag number did not match the vehicle. When asked for his license, Robbins said he did not have one, and a computer check revealed that his license was suspended. When asked if he had anything illegal in the vehicle, Robbins said he had some marijuana in the middle console. During a search of the vehicle, Walker also found a baggie containing a substance the field-tested positive for meth and a glass pipe with residue.
Drug Possession — Madison Wiseman, 21, of 40 Galloway Street, Trezevant, was cited for simple possession and drug paraphernalia during a Nov. 14 traffic stop in Atwood.
According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a maroon Pontiac driven by Wiseman on Main Street, and while speaking with Wiseman, Walker detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Wiseman told Walker she had some marijuana in the middle console, and during a search of the vehicle, Walker also found two pipes and a grinder in addition to approximately 17 grams of marijuana.
DUI — William Bradley Churchwell, 31, of 12320 Highway 77, Huntingdon, was charged with DUI and violation of implied consent during a Nov. 14 traffic stop in Cedar Grove.
According to the report by Deputy Michael Smith, he pulled over a white van driven by Churchwell on Highway 70 after observing the vehicle cross the center line several times. Smith detected the odor of alcohol while approaching the vehicle, and when asked if he had been drinking, Churchwell initially said no, but then said he had consumed four beers at a restaurant in Jackson. Churchwell performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was unsteady on his feet. Churchwell refused to take blood or breath tests.
Suspicious Activities — Deputies are investigating theft and suspicious activities in Lavinia.
Kelly Gene Scott told deputies on Nov. 13 that he had seen a red and white pickup truck parked across the road at 3650 Spring Creek Road and had witnessed an unknown person carrying unknown items run to the truck, which then took off towards Highway 152. Scott also said that on another day he witnessed another vehicle with a trailer on the property and that an engine hoist had been taken. There were no suspects identified at the time of the report.
Vandalism — Deputies are investigating the recent vandalism of a home near Huntingdon.
According to the report by Deputy Christopher Adams, he responded on Nov. 13 to a call about a break-in at 539 County Farm Lane. Upon arrival, Kimberly Spaht told him that when she pulled up into the driveway, she saw that the right side front window of the mobile home had been busted out. When Adams entered the residence, he did not find anyone inside, but he did find a broken ceramic bowl and pitcher near the broken window.