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Aggravated Assault — Christopher Darien Ramsey, 27, of 417 High Street, Hollow Rock, was charged with aggravated assault, domestic assault, and false imprisonment on June 6 after allegedly stabbing his wife.
Deputy Michael Sevarns reported that he went to the Baptist Memorial Hospital Emergency Room regarding a stabbing victim. Sevarns spoke with the female victim, who stated Ramey, her estranged husband, stabbed her in the leg with her own knife during an altercation outside Ramsey’s residence.
Aggravated Assault — Nicholas Wilson, 30, of 170 Hill Top Drive, McKenzie, was charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault following a June 9 incident at his residence.
Deputy Michael Sevarns reported Wilson and a female victim got into a verbal argument and at one point Wilson grabbed the victim’s hair, shoved her to the floor, and placed his hands around her throat, restricting her breathing and leaving visible marks on her throat. Sevarns noted the victim is 10 weeks pregnant.
Theft — Lindsey Box-Rotger of Huntingdon told deputies on June 27 that someone took her black 8 x 12’ two-wheel trailer valued at $2,300 from her property on Highway 70 without her permission.
She said her doorbell camera caught a suspect on camera at around the time the trailer went missing at 1:45 p.m.
Theft, Drugs — Jason Eric Meggs, 45, of 654 Highway 424, Cedar Grove, was charged with theft under $1,000, criminal trespassing, possession of methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia on June 24 by Deputy Michael Sevarns.
Sevarns reported he responded to a call about suspicious activity at an address on New Bethel Road and found Meggs sitting in a vehicle with a trailer that was backed up onto the property with an ATV halfway loaded up on the trailer. Meggs was found to be in possession of nearly two grams of a substance he said was meth, as well as multiple used hypodermic needles.
Assault — Timothy Gene Chappel, 54, of 2185 Buck Ditch Road, Bruceton, was charged with simple assault by Deputy Michael Smith following a June 24 incident at a Huntingdon residence.
Chappel reported that he responded to a domestic violence call at a Northwood Drive residence and spoke with the female victim, who said that Chappel pushed open the door of her home, knocking her down. She also said Chappel struck her with a clock, causing lacerations to her head and face and injuries to other parts of her body.