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Aggravated Burglary — Officer Mark Boaz took a report on Oaklawn from a resident, who stated three black males, with bandannas covering their faces, entered her home on March 5 and demanded she give them money. The report indicates she gave them her wallet with $900 and then threw a lamp at them as they departed. One of the subjects had a tattoo on his face. The victim’s brother came out of his room and saw one of the burglars with a hoodie and bandanna. The door was damaged where the perpetrators entered.
Domestic Assault — Officer Jeff Winberry charged Michael C. Howard of McKenzie for assaulting his wife on March 5.
Criminal Trespass — Officer Billy King charged Cayce D, Walker, Huntingdon, with Criminal Trespass after she reportedly entered a residence on Mulberry Street without permission. The resident said he told her not to come in his house. The report indicates Cayce opened the door and walked in on March 3. She was advised to report to Carroll County Jail to be booked on the charges.
Vandalism — Officer Jeffrey Lowden took a report of vandalism on March 3 from E.W. James management personnel. The alarm had been tripped on at 1:23 a.m., March 3 when a power outage caused by a tornado in the county. One of the sliding doors on the front was shattered. Rocks were thrown through the glass. Management was phoned and officers and a manager searched the building but did not find anyone. The matter is under investigation.
Driving While Suspended — Officer Justin Brister charged Brianna Lynn Hughes, 140 McKenzie Inn, McKenzie with Driving While Suspended on March 4. Her vehicle was also seized after MPD could not verify ownership, even though she had an open title from the previous owner, but never registered.
Hughes was driving to her place of work when officers stopped her because of a complaint about the truck and her driving on the previous day. A check of her license revealed the suspended status. She was advised to report to Carroll County Jail for booking.
Driving on Suspended — Officer Mark Boaz, charged Ricky Blankenship, McKenzie, with Driving on a Suspended License on March 4. The report indicates Blankenship was driving without headlights at 7:39 p.m. Officer Boaz stopped the vehicle and discovered Blankenship’s license was suspended and he had no insurance on the vehicle. Blankenship was to report to Carroll County Jail for booking.
Driving on Suspended — Officer Jeffrey Lowden charged Harold Miller, 48, of Milan, with Driving on Revoked License – First Offense after Miller was stopped for an inoperable brake light. On March 6 at 9 p.m., a check of his license revealed the revoked status. He is to report to Carroll County Jail for booking within 10 days.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia — Officer Justin Brister charged Brian Hendrix Gilbert, McKenzie with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia after he was stopped for a malfunctioning license plate light on March 6, 9:39 p.m. Found in the vehicle were 7.2 grams of marijuana, a grinder, small smoking pipe. He was charged and ordered to report to Carroll County Jail within 10 days for booking.
Driving on Revoked #5 — Officer Jeffrey Lowden charged Robert Bing, Munford with Driving on Revoked #5 after a traffic stop on March 7. According to the report, Bing was driving without headlines at 10:25 p.m. A check of his license revealed he had four previous convictions. He was arrested and transported to jail.
Driving While Suspended #2 — Officer Justin Brister charged David R. South, Greenfield with Driving on Suspended License on March 8 at 11:51 p.m. The vehicle had a temporary license tag that was not filled out properly and there was no information in the computer system concerning the temporary tag. The vehicle was towed and Mr. South was arrested for Driving on Suspended- Second Offense.
Vandalism — Officer Billy King took a report at the BP station of a driver, who failed to remove the gas hose from her car before driving away. A surveillance video revealed the owner, who was to make restitution instead of being charged.