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McKenzie Police Reports


Driving on a Suspended License — Julie D. Gazley, 43, Paris Street, Huntingdon was charged with driving on a suspended license on November 13.

Officer Andy Weaver stopped the silver-colored cars after a complaint from another motorist. A check of the license revealed Gazley’s license was suspended. Officer Weaver arrested Gazley for Weakley County authorities, who took custody of Gazley on charges of failure to appear and driving on suspended.

Simple Possession — Jani Teshaun Crawford, 21, of Thum Avenue, Henning, was charged with simple possession on November 15.

According to a report by Officer Cody Coleman, he stopped Crawford’s vehicle after she failed to signal a turn. Upon contact with the driver, he smelled marijuana coming from the car. A search of the vehicle revealed a jar containing 27.7 grams of marijuana. She was cited into court.

Possession of Schedule II Drugs — Jeremy S. Arnold, 48, Morris Street, McKenzie, was charged with possession of schedule II drugs after he was found sleeping in his car at a local convenience store parking lot on November 12.

Officer Chance Townes woke Arnold and found the a baggy of a white crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine. He was arrested and placed under a $1.500 bond.

Driving on Revoked, Trespassing — Taylor Cooley, 24, Blair Road, LaVergne, Tenn. was charged with driving on revoked and trespassing after he drove his vehicle in a ditch at Mount Olivet Cemetery on November 12.

According to a report by Chance Townes, around 10:02 a.m. MPD received a call about a vehicle in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Officer Townes reported Cooley was driving around the cemetery when she drove into the ditch. She was charged with trespassing and driving on revoked license.

Theft — A male juvenile reported the theft of a dirt bike from Bailey Street. Officer Trey Boucher took the report on November 12. It was valued at $1,000 and red and white in color.

Theft — A resident of Walnut Circle reported his license plate was removed from his vehicle. Officer Justin Brister took the report on November 15.


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