Aluminum ladders stolen, scrapped
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Sheriff’s Department
Blind stolen
Anthony Mayo reported the theft of his camo hunting blind and chair from a hunting spot on his brother's property.
Deputy Paul Reed reported that Mayo had erected the blind at about 6:30 a.m. and when the finished hunting that same morning, he went to get a chain saw to clear a fallen tree near the blind so he could get his four-wheeler closer to the spot. When he returned to the blind at 10 a.m. someone had taken both the blind and his chair.

Aluminum ladders stolen
Two expensive extension ladders were reported stolen and sold for junk at Ivy Bluff Auto Salvage. One was a 40 foot Werner ladder valued at $500. The second was a Werner extension ladder valued at $350.

Two arrested on multiple charges
Dallas Rogers and Randall Rains were arrested following a domestic assault incident. Rogers was charged with domestic assault, evading arrest, simple possession of a Schedule III drug and simple possession of a Schedule V drug. Rains was charged with false report, felony possession of a handgun and resisting stop, frisk, halt, arrest and search.

Domestic assault
Darell Darda was charged with domestic assault following an incident on Hollow Springs Road.

Driving on a revoked license
Sean Kronnick was charged with his ninth driving on a revoked license charge, with running a stop sign and with failure to maintain financial responsibility.

Violation of probation
Kristie Jones, Candice Brooke Vickers, Billy Sweeney, Corey Ferrell, James Felton, Jonathan Davis were charged with violation of probation. Dakota W. Cook was charged with failure to appear.

 

Woodbury Police
Drug cases
Cody R. Burnett was arrested on possession of drug paraphernalia charges by Patrolman Brent Brock. A hearing is set for Dec. 17 in General Sessions Court. Brock also arrested Jessica M. Haarala for possession of a Schedule II drug (morphine) and for possession of drug paraphernalia (two hypodermic needles). Her hearings are set for Dec. 17 in General Sessions Court.

No driver's license
Gregory Austin Smith was charged with driving without a license, driving an unregistered vehicle and with a violation of the financial responsibility law by Patrolman Sebastian Krauss.

Driving on a suspended license
Tara Depriest was charged with driving on a revoked license, driving an unregistered vehicle and with a violation of the financial responsibility law by Patrolman Sebastian Krauss.

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