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Driving on Revoked — Samuel Dakota James Arrand, 28, Randle Street, McKenzie was charged with Driving on a Revoked License and Violation of Financial Responsibility after a traffic stop on March 18.
Officer Sean Beck witnessed a pickup truck, driven by Arrand, fail to stop at a stop sign. A check of the driver’s license revealed a revoked status and the lack of insurance. A request to search the vehicle was denied so a K-9 and handler Steven Scott were called to the scene. The K-9 alerted on the vehicle giving probable cause to search. A small bag of green leafy material believed to be marijuana was located. Arrand was cited into General Sessions Court.
Theft — A .38 caliber handgun was stolen from a McKenzie woman’s vehicle. The incident was reported to Officer Sean Beck on March 19. It was a Smith and Wesson with white grips. The victim provided a name of a person in the whereabouts of the weapon. No charges were filed.
Public Intoxication — Timothy Lee Johnson, 38, Forrest Avenue, McKenzie was charged with Public Intoxication on March 12.
Officer Bryan Batchelder received a dispatch concerning a man on Cedar Street in the middle of the road. Johnson was arrested for his own safety.
Failure to Appear — Jenus Hussey, 27, Forrest Avenue, Camden was arrested for Failure to Appear after a traffic stop on March 17.
Officer Sean Beck stopped Hussey’s vehicle because the window tint was too dark. Upon a license check, it was discovered Hussey failed to answer to Carroll County General Sessions Court for a prior offense. He was transported to Carroll County Jail.
Failure to Appear — Loretta Killmer, 55, Old Highway 22, McKenzie, was charged with Failure to Appear on March 19.
Officer Sean Beck stopped Killmer’s vehicle for a violation of a light law. When he made contact with the driver, she said there was an outstanding warrant on her. A computer search revealed the warrant out of Weakley County. Beck transferred custody of Killmer to a Weakley County officer at the former Hig’s Restaurant parking lot.
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