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Driving On Suspended License — On Saturday, September 11, Officer Andy Weaver observed a gray Jeep Cherokee disregard the stop sign at the intersection of Como Street and Bethel Court. Weaver initiated a traffic stop and found the driver to be James Joseph Bell , 38, Georgia Ave, McKenzie. A license check revealed he was driving on a revoked license due to an earlier DUI conviction. Bell was arrested for driving on a suspended license and cited into court..
Multiple Vehicle Violations — Officer Mark Boaz was watching the intersection of Como Street and Bethel Court on Sunday afternoon, September 12, when a black Jeep Patriot disregarded the stop sign. After initiating a traffic stop, the driver, Nathan Gibbs, 24, Cedar Lane, Gleason, advised his registration was out and his license was suspended. A license check confirmed the suspension. Gibbs was cited into Carroll County General Sessions Court for driving on a suspended license first offense, expired registration, and stop sign violation.
Driving on Suspended License — Shortly after midnight, on Monday, September 13, Officers Cody Coleman and Terry Ruddy made a traffic stop on a blue BMW for blue lights appearing out of the headlights. Both officers smelled marijuana as they approached the car. The driver, Terry Rice Jr, 40, of Memphis, advised there was a small bag of marijuana in the car. The passenger, Ericka Rice advised that there were pistols in the car as well. A license check found Rice’s license suspended three times. Rice was arrested and charged with fourth offense driving on a suspended license. No charges were filed on the marijuana or weapons.
Multiple Vehicle Violations — Officer Jeremiah Brooks observed a gray SUV traveling north on Hwy 79 at a high rate of speed on Sunday morning, September 19. Brooks initiated a stop and found the driver to be Ashley Henderson, 42, of Memphis. Henderson’s license was checked and found to be suspended out of Memphis City Court. Henderson also couldn’t provide proof of financial responsibility. She was cited into Carroll County General Sessions Court for 2nd offense driving on a suspended license, violation of financial responsibility law, and speeding.