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Domestic Assault — Calvin R. Loftis, 47, Walnut Circle, McKenzie, was charged with domestic assault after a 1:17 a.m. incident on June 7.
Officer Kyle Beauchamp and Officer Jeremy Brooks responded to the residence where Loftis and his wife were in the back yard arguing. The wife indicated Loftis insisted she help him clean the home in the middle of the night and she stated he continued to run a vacuum clean next to her chair and banging a baseball bat and a metal wrench to annoy her. He reportedly slammed a door on her arm as she attempted to leave the room. Loftis was arrested. He suffers from some medical illness.
Public Intoxication — Carlos R. Wright, 44, Alabama Street, McKenzie was charged with public intoxication on June 7 at 4:46 p.m.
Officer Cody Coleman responded to North Main Street where a male was acting suspiciously and attempting to enter cars. MPD found the subject and ordered him to halt. Wright had cuts on his hands, smell of an intoxicant. The subject advised he was given some suboxone and that he had consumed some beers. Wright was transported to Carroll County Jail.
Manufacture Methamphetamine, Driving on Suspended License — Jamie L. Carter, 42, Booker Street, McKenzie and Robert W. Gearin, 24, Main Street, Sharon were charged after a moped they were riding was stopped on June 8 around 4:19 p.m.
Patrolman Dalton Raspberry and Patrolman Coleman and Patrolman Dennett initiated the stop of the moped, which Gearin was driving.
A check of his license revealed a suspended status.
A search of a backpack with the two subjects revealed a pistol, 3.3 ounces of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, THC wax-style paraphernalia, another baggie with 14.3 grams of marijuana, approximately 14 ‘hits’ of LSD, a package of THC cartridges, three 3.5 grans of psilocybin mushroom-infused chocolate bars, a digital scale, multiple torch lighters, a fake driver’s license with the name David South, $1,249 in a wallet. In a purse was Ms. Jamie Carter’s license, two packs of vape cartridges, watermelon THC-baked bars, torch lighter, grinder with marijuana residue, and vape pens.
Once at jail, Ms. Carter stated she dropped her pack of cigarettes in the floor. Nearby was a clear baggie with approximately .5 grams of marijuana and two green pills.
Gearin was charged with driving on a suspended license, violation of financial responsibility, expired registration, possession of schedule I (LSD), possession of meth, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Ms. Carter was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of meth, contraband in a penal facility, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Ms. Carter had previously pled guilty to domestic assault and theft and failed to report to jail to start her 11-month sentence. She is ineligible for bond on the new charges.
Warrant Service — Corey D. Teague, 46, Walnut Circle, McKenzie and Lesenda M. Gregory, 31, of the same address were both arrested on outstanding warrants from Henry County and Gibson County respectively.
Officer Coleman saw Teague on the front porch of the residence. Coleman had knowledge of the outstanding warrant and called for other officers to come to monitor all exits.
Teague was arrested without incident on charges of felony escape out of Henry County. Officers discovered Gregory was also at the residence and arrested her on warrants out of Gibson for failure to appear.