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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports


Theft — Michael Chandler advised deputies on May 4 that someone came on property belonging to a deceased relative on Highway 105 in Trezevant and stole a 2007 Honda four-wheeler valued at $2,500.
Drug Paraphernalia — Destiny June Hilliard, 28, of Paris was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia during a May 3 traffic stop in Trezevant.
Deputy Steven Scott reported he pulled over a vehicle driven by Hilliard for a license plate violation. After Hilliard denied consent to search the vehicle, a K-9 unit was called in, and the dog indicated the presence of illegal drugs. During a search of the vehicle, deputies found around 4.75 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine, 27 grams of a substance believed to be marijuana, a digital scale, a glass pipe, individual baggies, and $455 in cash.
Burglary — On May 3, deputies responded to a call about a break-in at a residence at 11150 Highway 77 near Huntingdon. A Smith & Wesson .22-revolver valued at $200 was reported as stolen.
Burglary — Bradley Douglas told deputies on May 3 that someone broke into his residence on Kirk Road near Huntingdon and stole several items, including a collection of gold coins, change, and bills valued at $3,900 and 25 knives valued together at $875. Douglas said his son came home at around 3:30 p.m. and found the garage door open.

Theft — David Gordon told deputies on May 2 he was at home on Old McKenzie Road when he heard his truck alarm going off at around 7:30-8:00 a.m., and when he went outside to check on it, he discovered his wallet was missing from the vehicle.
Gordan said the wallet contained $2,800 in cash, along with personal ID and credit cards. The wallet was later found by a neighbor with the cards still in it and the cash missing.
Protection Order Violation — Nicholas Snati Mineo, 31, of Lexington was charged with violation of an order of protection on May 7 at a residence on Buena Vista School Road.
According to the report by Deputy Chance Townes, witnesses saw Mineo violate a court order of protection by going inside a residence on Buena Vista School Road on May 6. Deputies found Mineo the next day hiding under a bed at that same residence.
Drugs, Warrants — Erin Elizabeth Lawrence, 36, of Huntingdon was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine, criminal impersonation, and for an outstanding warrant during a May 10 traffic stop in Cedar Grove.
Deputy Michael Smith reported he pulled over Nissan Maxima driven by Lawrence for a light law violation. While speaking with Lawrence, Smith observed several syringes in the back seat, and after getting Lawrence’s consent to search the car, Smith found the syringes were loaded with a substance that field-tested positive for meth. Smith also discovered Lawrence had active federal warrants for her arrest.


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