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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

Theft of Property — On September 18, Bobby Mann stated he placed his vehicle at the intersection of Highway 219 and Northwood Dr. on September 14 to be displayed for sale. Mr. Mann returned the vehicle back to his residence on September 17. Mr. Mann also stated that on September 18, when he returned home after church, he noticed that the license plate was missing from the vehicle.
Domestic Assault — On September 19, William C. Brown, Huntingdon, was arrested for domestic assault, aggravated assault, and cited for vandalism.
Deputy Steven Scott responded to a call about a domestic dispute. Upon his arrival, he met with the female victim. She stated her boyfriend, William Brown, hit her several times in the face. The victim stated Brown stabbed her in the leg and attempted to stab her in the neck with a knife. The victim had several visible wounds including her eyes being swollen. The victim stated she stopped at Brown’s mother’s house to get away from him and he stabbed one of her tires with the knife. Mr. Brown did admit to stabbing her tire and was arrested in Carroll County.
Drug Violation — Felicia Kay Layhew, Huntingdon, was charged on a drug/narcotic violation on September 17.
Deputy Tucker and Deputy Sevarns were serving a warrant for theft of property at 356 Cotham Dr. The deputies entered the home and found Ms. Layhew hiding in one of the closets, where they informed her she was under arrest in Carroll County for theft of property. After placing her in custody, the deputies were allowing her to gather her items to put into her purse that were laying on the dryer. Deputy Tucker noticed a marijuana grinder in plain view, he informed her he would confiscate it and asked what was the contents of the clear plastic bag beside the grinder. She then grabbed the plastic bag and threw in into her purse, she pulled away from the deputies and ran for the door. Another deputy was able to catch her at the edge of the carport. The contents of the plastic bag did field test positive for meth.