A Woodbury woman scheduled to appear in court Tuesday was charged with violating the conditions of her bond on July 26.
Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Reed Bryson charged Laura Nichole Whitworth after she was found to be at the residence of Jacob Bryson.
Whitworth was released on bond after she was charged on June 29 with domestic assault. She allegedly struck Jacob Bryson in the side while he was holding an infant child.
Her court date from that incident is Aug. 2.
Whitworth admitted when she was arrested on July 26 that she knew she was not to have contact with Jacob Bryson.
Her bond was set at $10,000 for violating bond. Court date from that incident is set for Sept. 6.
• James L. Karschner, Jr., 220 S. Dillon St., Woodbury, was arrested on a charged of domestic assault on a warrant obtained by the purported victim on July 20. Karschner allegedly slapped the victim off a bed and pulled her hair out on July 17. She sustained bruises and bald spots as a result of the alleged incident. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is Sept. 20.
• Brian Davis, 405 Lester St., Woodbury, was charged with driving on a suspended license on July 25 by Woodbury Assistant Police Chief Kevin Mooneyham following a traffic stop on W. Main St. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is Sept. 20.
• Larry Van Davis, 120 Mason St., Woodbury, was charged with reckless burning on July 25 by Woodbury Patrolman Patrick Fann. Davis started a fire in his back yard. He was attempting to to burn some brush with gasoline. The fire got out of control and burned the a building on his property and jumped to the property next to his at 118 Mason St. and burned an outbuilding. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is Sept. 27.
• Clint Richard Cantrell, 1915 Midway Rd., Smithville, was charged with underage consumption on July 24 by Woodbury Patrolman Brent Brock. Cantrell was found to be under the influence of alcohol after police received a call to McDonald’s parking lot of a disruptive male who was causing problems. Cantrell was identified as the offender by his father. He pled guilty to the charged in Cannon County General Sessions Court on July 26 and was given a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and ordered to serve two days in jail. He was also placed on probation for 11 months, 27 days, fined $150, assessed court costs and ordered to attend AA meetings.
• Brandy Resha Campbell, 335 Hayes St., Woodbury, was arrested on a warrant obtained by Brandy Prater for assault. Prater alleges that Campbell kicked her in the mouth after jumping into a moving vehicle on Myrtle Road. This occurred after Campbell allegedly tried to run over Nicholas Butcher with the same vehicle. Bond was set at $5,000. Initial court date is Sept. 6.
• Alejandro Rivera, 105 Cardinal Lane, Smithville, was charged with driving without a license by Woodbury Police Sgt. John House on July 22 following a traffic stop on W. Main St. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is Sept. 20.
• John David Wallace, Jr., 211 E. Main St., Woodbury, was charged with filing a false report on July 18 by Woodbury Asst. Police Chief Kevin Mooneyham. While investigating an assault that occurred in the vicinity of the Cannon County Fairgrounds, APC Mooneyham inquired of Wallace the circumstances surrounding the assault. Wallace stated he knew nothing of the incident and that he was not present when it occurred. Upon further investigation, APC Mooneyham learned that Wallace was present and did witness the assault. Wallace admitted to lying when questioned initially. His bond was set at $3,500. He was appointed the public defender to represent him in court on July 26 and his next court date was set for Aug. 23.
• Ben T. Roberts, 536 McFerrin St. Apt. B1, Woodbury, was charged with fishing without a license on the Stones River on July 25 by TWRA Wildlife Officer Brandon Geesling. Initial court date was set for Sept. 6.
The following persons were appointed an attorney in Cannon County General Sessions Court on July 26 following their arrest:
• Danny H. Kennedy II was arrested on July 19 on a charge of violation of probation, 2nd offense. His bond was set at $20,000. He was appointed the public defender and he is scheduled to make his next court appearance on Sept. 6.
• Hope Dennis was arrested on July 18 for violation of probation, 3rd offense. Her bond was set at $20,000. She was appointed the public defender and her next court date was set for Sept. 6.