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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

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Domestic Assault — Jerry Lynn Coleman, 64, of 250 Hurt Street, Trezevant, was charged with domestic assault following a Nov. 26 incident at his residence.

According to the report by Deputy Nick Roberts, he responded to Coleman’s residence on a domestic call and spoke with Coleman’s wife. She told the deputy that she and her husband got into a verbal argument, and, at one point, Mr. Coleman threatened to harm himself. Mrs. Coleman said that later that day Mr. Coleman again threatened to harm himself. She said she told him to stop it and slapped him, at which point he slapped her back hard. She said she then tried to call 911, and Mr. Coleman tried to take her phone away. She said she fought him and was able to call 911.

Drug Possession — Stacey Leann Spence, 45, of Greenfield was arrested on drug charges during a Nov. 18 traffic stop near Trezevant.

According to the report by Deputy Chance Townes, he pulled over a white Toyota Tacoma driven by Spence after observing odd driving behavior and the lack of a registration light. Spence told the deputy that she did not have a driver’s license on her and that it was suspended. A K-9 unit was called to the scene when Spence denied Townes permission to search the vehicle, and the dog indicated the presence of illegal substances. While searching the vehicle, officers found substances believed to be heroin and marijuana, as well as a glass pipe.

Drugs, License Violation — Aaron Jock Williams, 34, of 147 Spruce Street, McKenzie, was charged with possession of schedule II and driving on a suspended license (first offense) during a Nov. 30 traffic stop on Field School Road.

Deputy Steven Scott reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Williams due to an expired license plate. While speaking with Williams, the deputy detected the odor of marijuana. During a search of the vehicle, Scott found .4 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine. A computer check showed that Williams’ license was suspended.

Theft — Deputies are investigating the recent theft of a large amount of money from a residence near Trezevant.

According to the report by Deputy Nick Roberts, he went to a residence on Clay Farm Road on Nov. 29 and spoke with Michael Knight, who said that someone had taken his safe containing $17,000 in cash and numerous vehicle titles. A man and woman, both of Trezevant, were named in the report as persons of interest, but no charges had yet been filed at the time of the report.

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