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Domestic Assault — Carla Kay Wagner, 34, and Dillon Edward Ray Gregory, 26, both of the same address on Walnut Circle were charged with domestic assault on July 17.
Officer Jeremiah Brooks charged the boyfriend and girlfriend after each assaulted the other. Both were transported to Carroll County Jail.
Driving on Suspended — Dillon Edward Ray Gregory, 26, Walnut Circle, was charged with driving on a suspended license and violation of financial responsibility after a traffic stop on July 16.
Officer Jeremiah Brooks saw Gregory placing something in his vehicle as it was parked in front of United Neighbors. He located the vehicle on Walnut Avenue and initiated a traffic stop. A computer check revealed the revoked status.
Theft — Kowasha O. Smith, 39, West End Avenue, McKenzie was charged with theft after she removed the keys from the door of Michael Dewayne Quisenberry, 56, Florida Court.
Officer Kyle Beauchamp reported Smith threw the keys as she left the residence. The keys initially could not be found and Smith was asked to return to show where she threw the keys. The keys were located, however the key fob was missing. She was cited for theft of property.
Theft of Merchandise — K Kowasha O. Smith, 39, West End Avenue, McKenzie and Michael Dewayne Quisenberry, 56, Florida Court, were charged with theft of merchandise after a shoplifting incident on July 17 at a local convenience store.
Officers Kyle Beauchamp, Trenton Ruddy and Jeremiah Brooks responded to the store and reviewed video footage of two suspects in the store. Smith refused to stop when the store manager requested to check her for stolen merchandise. Both Smith and Quisenberry were charged with theft of merchandise.
Theft of Merchandise — Amy Marie Anderson, 48, Modena Road, Decherd, Tennessee and Regina Carol Bryant, 50, Enon Church Road, McKenzie, were charged with theft of merchandise after they were reported to take items from Dollar General and were stopped by police as they exited the store.
Officers Kyle Beauchamp, Jeremy Brooks and Truman Ruddy were waiting outside and confronted the two females about their activities. Video footage was used as evidence.
Driving on Suspended — Dennis James Vernon, Bobbit Road, Medina, was charged with driving on a suspended license on July 13.
Officer Kyle Beauchamp initiated a stop on a Ford Bronco with a headlight not shining. A check of Vernon’s license revealed the suspended status and a prior failure to provide proof of insurance. The vehicle was impounded.
Driving on Suspended/Revoked License — Wilfredo D. Rivera, 52, Kay Street, McKenzie was charged with driving on suspended/revoked license- third offense on July 14.
Officer Justin Brister witnessed Rivera driving along Main Street and initiated a stop. Rivera provided an identification card, however, a license check revealed two prior driving on suspended/revoked license offenses. Rivera was arrested and transported to Carroll County Jail.
Driving on Suspended/Revoked License — Lucinda Ann Fendley, 46, of Newsome Street, McKenzie was charged with driving on suspended/revoked license after a traffic stop on July 14.
Officer Cody Coleman saw Fendley driving and knew the status of her license. Her license plate registration did not match the vehicle. She was cited into General Sessions Court for driving while suspended and removal of registration plates.
Complaint of Motel Guest Refusing to Leave — Phillip Allen Gordon, 26, Highway 220, Cedar Grove, was cited into General Sessions Court after an incident on July 16 in which he refused to leave the Relax Inn.
Officer Cody Coleman responded to the motel after a complaint a guest refused to leave. Gordon was checked in at Room 104. A check with the dispatcher revealed an outstanding cite into General Sessions for violation of probation. Gordon was cited into court and advised he had ten days to report to Carroll County Jail for booking. The motel manager allowed Gordon to sit outside the office until someone could come to give him a ride.