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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports


Assault, Vandalism — Bradley Glenn Shepherd, 55, of 645 Big Buck Road, Trezevant, was charged with assault and vandalism following a June 25 incident at a residence on Big Buck Road.

According to the report by Deputy Christopher Adams, he responded the residence and found Shepherd walking in the back yard. Adams also spoke with a female victim, who told the deputy that Shepherd had busted out one of the windows of her car with an ax or similar tool while she was attempting to get in her vehicle. She said she went into her bedroom, and, when she refused to let Shepherd in, he pushed down the door, breaking the door in half and causing injury to her legs.

Court Order Violation — Christopher Darien Ramsey, 28, of 417 High Street, Hollow Rock, was arrested for violating an order granting bail on June 26 by Deputy Michael Smith after Smith found Ramsey in a car with a female subject in violation of a court order.

Drug Possession — Larry Sutton, 67, of 11260 Highway 77, Huntingdon, was charged with possession of schedule II and drug paraphernalia by Deputy Ryan Hamilton during a June 28 traffic stop in Trezevant.

Hamilton reported that he pulled over a black Saturn driven by Sutton when a computer check showed the vehicle’s tag number belonged to a Ford vehicle. After getting permission to search the vehicle, the deputy found .6 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine and a metal smoking pipe in Sutton’s jacket pocket.

License Violation — Timothey Ryan Goode, 27, of 330 Bryant Street, Trezevant, was cited for driving on a suspended license during a June 29 traffic stop by Deputy Ryan Hamilton in Trezevant.

Stolen Firearm — On June 24, a nine-millimeter Ruger pistol valued at $1,000, as well as an extended magazine valued at $120 and a leather holster valued at $30, were reported as stolen from a residence on Westport Road.

Multiple Charges — Chase Austin Norden, 23, of 1129 Dale Store Road, McKenzie, was charged with criminal trespass, vandalism, possession of schedule II, and drug paraphernalia by Deputy Christopher Adams on June 21 in Huntingdon.

Adams reported that he went to a residence on Crossroads Church Road in regards to someone trying to steal a Ring camera. Adams made contact with Norden on Abbott Lane and observed that Norden matched the person shown in the Ring video. Norden told Adams that he went to the residence and the camera just fell off. A search of Norden’s backpack yielded a plastic bag containing a substance believed to be methamphetamine. Norden told Adams that he also had a glass pipe and a torch lighter.


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